Microsoft’s LinkedIn business and employment-oriented online service says it is shutting down its operations in China. Photo: Shutterstock
Microsoft’s LinkedIn business and employment-oriented online service says it is shutting down its operations in China. Photo: Shutterstock

Microsoft’s LinkedIn job site says it will shut operations in China, citing ‘greater compliance requirements’

  • Network, criticised for censoring politically sensitive posts in China, says it is facing a ‘significantly more challenging operating environment’
  • LinkedIn says it will open a China-only service that will ‘not include a social feed or the ability to share posts or articles”.

Topic |   China’s internet censorship
Microsoft’s LinkedIn business and employment-oriented online service says it is shutting down its operations in China. Photo: Shutterstock
Microsoft’s LinkedIn business and employment-oriented online service says it is shutting down its operations in China. Photo: Shutterstock
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