Russia Criticized for Blocking Microsoft's LinkedIn over Data Location Law - Voice of America

Russian users of the online professional-social network LinkedIn expressed concern after Russian authorities this week began blocking the popular service. LinkedIn has around six million registered users in Russia. As Russia's economy shrank from low ...

US concerned over Russia blocking access to LinkedIn - The Indian Express

US government says Russia's decision to block LinkedIn could be used to justify blocking other sites operating in Russia. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: Reuters | Moscow | Published:November 19, 2016 1:58 pm. LinkedIn ...

US says concerned over Russia blocking access to LinkedIn - Reuters

The ticker symbol and trading information for LinkedIn Corp. is displayed on a screen at the post where it is traded, before the start of trading, on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York City, U.S., June 13, 2016. REUTERS/Brendan ...

Russia Blocks LinkedIn, US "Deeply Concerned" - Hollywood Reporter

The move marks the first time a social media site has been blocked in the country and comes after a court ruled that it broke local data storage laws. Russian authorities have blocked access to LinkedIn after a court ruled that the business networking ...

Russia blocks LinkedIn - Zawya

Russia's communications regulator blocks access to LinkedIn after a court ruled the website guilty of violating a data storage law. Bobbi Rebell reports. Video Transcript. Russia is blocking LinkedIn because the country's regulator says the website ...

US government 'deeply concerned' about Russia's decision to block LinkedIn - International Business Times UK

The US says the decision could set 'a troubling precedent' to shut down any site containing Russian user data. By Hyacinth Mascarenhas. November 19, 2016 05:07 GMT. LinkedIn has more than 6 million registered Russian usersCarl Court/Getty Images.

US says concerned over Russia blocking access to LinkedIn - Yahoo Finance

MOSCOW (Reuters) - The U.S. government said on Friday it was deeply concerned over Russia's decision to block public access to networking site LinkedIn, saying it created a precedent that could be used to justify blocking other sites operating in Russia.

Biz Break: LinkedIn looks locked out in Russia, for now - The Mercury News

LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner speaks during the launch of the company's newest product LinkedIn Learning in San Francisco, Calif., on Sept. 22, 2016. LinkedIn found its service inoperable in Russia due to a court decision over where LinkedIn stores data on ...

U.S. 'Deeply Concerned' About Russia Blocking LinkedIn - U.S. News & World Report

Russian authorities are blocking access to LinkedIn for breaking a law in the country mandating Russian citizens' data be housed on servers on Russian soil. (Photo Illustration by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images). The U.S. government is "deeply concerned ...

Russia Bans LinkedIn for Violating Data Protection Laws - Yahoo News

Russian law, as reported by Reuters, requires websites that store citizens' personal data to do so on local servers. But the US-based business network—which boasts more than 6 million registered users in Russia—does not do so, watchdog Roskomnadzor ...

Russia blocks Microsoft's LinkedIn network - Daily News Egypt

Russia's communications regulator has ordered the country's internet providers to block access to LinkedIn's website, after a court ruling has found the social networking firm guilty of violating a data storage law.Russian internet regulator ...

Russian regulator moves to shut LinkedIn after court ruling - New Jersey Herald

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia's state telecommunications regulator has moved to block business-focused social network LinkedIn after a court ruled it violated a law on data storage. Roskomnadzor said Thursday it has sent a notice to communications providers ...

Russia starts blocking LinkedIn network - Yahoo News

Moscow (AFP) - Russian internet providers on Thursday started blocking the LinkedIn professional networking site after a state watchdog found it broke a law on personal data storage. "The social networking site LinkedIn has been added to a register of ...

Social media giant LinkedIn blocked in Russia - Latin Post

Public access to LinkedIn's website has been blocked in Russia by the country's communications regulator on Thursday. The social media giant was found guilty of violating a data storage law. With over six million registered users in Russia, LinkedIn ...

Russia Blocks Access to LinkedIn - TheHostingNews.com (press release) (blog)

Access to LinkedIn has been blocked by Russian authorities following a court ruling saying the company has broken local storage data laws. Last week, a Moscow court ruled that LinkedIn had failed to follow a 2014 federal law mandating internet ...

LinkedIn Blocked in Russia Following Breach of Data Localization Laws - The National Law Review

On November 11, 2016, a Russian court in Moscow upheld the decision of an earlier court to block online access to the website LinkedIn throughout Russia. This decision, which affirms a decision to penalize LinkedIn by the Russian data protection ...

Facebook and Twitter Face Russia Ban After LinkedIn Blacklisted - Newsweek

LinkedIn has become the first major website to be blacklisted in Russia after it failed to comply with the country's communications regulator, sparking concerns that the likes of Twitter and Facebook might be next. Russia's communication watchdog ...

US concerned over Russia blocking LinkedIn: report - Taipei Times

Russia's decision to block public access to networking site LinkedIn Corp creates a precedent that could be used to justify blocking access to other sites operating in Russia, RIA news agency quoted the US embassy in Moscow as saying. “The United ...

LinkedIn blocked in Russian, 6 million users are affected - Windows Report

The social network site LinkedIn, which has its roots buried deep in Russia, and has over 6 million active users in the region, is ordered to be closed permanently after a Russian court found the company guilty of violating local data storage laws ...

LinkedIn considers its activities in Russia in line with national law - TASS

MOSCOW, November 18. /TASS/. LinkedIn Corporation, owner of Linkedin social network that was blocked in Russia, considers its activities to be in line with the Russian legislation, the company said in a statement sent to users of the social network.