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Linked in don'ts you may not know

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LinkedIn shared its new Terms of Service, which SlideShare also shares. Do you know everything that's in the "Don'ts" of your User Agreement? This presentation shares a few LinkedIn Don'ts.

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  • Sorry this is the only means I could find to let you know that I've quoted you in my complaint to slideshare/linked in about not allowing re-upload any more. Not sure if I can include a full copy of my message (from a.sloman AT cs.bham.ac.uk: (Apologies for format) To: support@slideshare.com Cc: Aaron Sloman Subject: Who made this decision in Slideshare? Regarding the inability to update (re-upload) Slideshare presentations, about which there seem to be many disgruntled slideshare users, e.g. for reasons given here: https://simplystatedbusiness.com/removed-slideshare-feature/ (Cathy Miller) Reupload Feature The reupload feature allowed users to post a revised or updated copy of a prior upload. Think of it like revising an old blog post. The claim that removing is no loss because people can delete an old version and upload a new version shows a deep lack of education in computer science and software engineering, including the importance of persistent links. I would give very poor grades if I were teaching a student in this department who made such a proposal. Perhaps Slideshare (or is it Microsoft?) has been hiring the wrong sorts of people, with inadequate technical/scientific education? In that case perhaps the main fault is in the Human resources department? Is it possible to escalate this problem to a senior software engineer who understands internet mechanisms, with a request to re-evaluate the decision to remove the reupload option? Thanks. Aaron Sloman http://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/~axs Honorary Professor School of Computer Science University of Birmingham, UK
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Linked in don'ts you may not know

  1. 1. you may not know LinkedIn® Don’ts
  2. 2. We all do it
  3. 3. We register for a social media platform
  4. 4. Click the teeny, tiny Accept box √ I accept the terms and conditions
  5. 5. and never read the Terms of Service
  6. 6. Guilty as charged?
  7. 7. Want to know what you’re missing?
  8. 8. Let’s look at LinkedIn®
  9. 9. Just a small piece
  10. 10. Just a small piece a non-legal interpretation
  11. 11. We don’t pretend to be lawyers
  12. 12. Now back to our regularly scheduled presentation
  13. 13. Section 10: Dos & Don’ts
  14. 14. Section 10: Dos & Don’ts
  15. 15. Harass, abuse or harm anyone
  16. 16. Including sending unwelcomed communication Sign up for our
  17. 17. Doesn’t that open a can of worms?
  18. 18. Invite people to connect who you don’t know
  19. 19. People looking at your profile probably doesn’t qualify as knowing them
  20. 20. Use a profile image that is not your likeness
  21. 21. Use a profile image that is not your likeness or a head-shot
  22. 22. Share non-member information without their consent
  23. 23. Want more information?
  24. 24. Photo Credits: BigStockPhoto.com Check out the post on LinkedIn® changes to Terms of Service at SimplyStatedBusiness.com or go to the definitive source – LinkedIn® User Agreement
  25. 25. www.simplystatedbusiness Cathy Miller, Business Writer Business site: www.SimplyStatedBusiness.com

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