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Social-networking-for-suits outfit LinkedIn has revamped its application programming interface (API) terms of use to allow developers to better exploit the website. The company said yesterday in a blog post that it wanted to "enable our members to use their LinkedIn identity wherever they may be online" in a move that mirrors …

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  1. druck Silver badge
    Stop

    API & Spam

    Well the APIs are certainly working well, several of the open groups I'm subscribed are now deluged by auto-generated job spam.

    1. Ian Michael Gumby Silver badge
      Devil

      Re: API & Spam

      Yup.

      Which is why we have private groups with strict membership control.

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