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The Russian government has demanded Apple and Google remove LinkedIn from their app stores

I have previously spent some ink (or better, some pixels) on the banning of Linkedin in Russia, due to new Privacy restrictions that caught it off-guard (while Google and further multinationals abode to it promptly).

Now, it turns out the app has been turned down both in the Play and the Apple Store in order to comply with the law.

It’s not the first time, this happens. A similar case has been recently talked about by Apple, ordered to ban the New York Post in China.

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