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LinkedIn revealed some changes that are coming in order to better ensure the safety of members of the professional network.
Vice president of product, trust Tanya Staples said in a blog post that LinkedIn’s policies are being updated to reinforce the fact that “hateful, harassing, inflammatory or racist content has absolutely no place on our platform.”
She added, “In this ever-changing world, people are bringing more conversations about sensitive topics to LinkedIn, and it’s critical that these conversations stay constructive and respectful, never harmful.