Russia plans to ban LinkedIn

LinkedIn, the informal communication site for experts that will soon be purchased by Microsoft, is to be hindered in Russia after a neighborhood court decided on Thursday that it had broken the nation’s information assurance indices, an indication of growing pressures for U.S. tech organizations working in that country.

The case in the Moscow city courts emerged during an era of level headed discussion in Washington, D.C., over how the United States may strike back for what American security authorities said was the Russian government’s hacking of messages from the Democratic National Committee and other computerized impedance in the presidential race.

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