What is LinkedIn doing about its pandemic of fake profiles? At best, it may be a distortion of the truth to believe the “professional networking” site’s fake profile troubles are merely an “epidemic.” At worst, the “epidemic” metaphor, as opposed to being a pandemic one, is a flagrant lie. At least LinkedIn is willing to acknowledge it has a problem with fake profiles. Needless to add, [fake] profiles are tarnishing the names of reputable companies like Christian Dior — and other famous brands, where such companies’ employees are experiencing high impersonation rates on LinkedIn’s platform.
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