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Nov. 19, 2022, 5:07 p.m. | /u/amenra72

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I have a Linkedin profile carefully configured with the strictest privacy settings possible (no phone number, no email sharing, no marketing cookies, and so on). I only access it every now and then from my desktop PC which also has some good privacy measures (Linux, Brave browser with third part cookies disabled and all privacy settings turned on, and so on). I never installed the mobile app or accessed the profile from another device.

Today, I needed to create a …

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