LinkedIn plans to add gaming to its platform — TC

TechCrunch has learned and confirmed that LinkedIn is working on a new games experience. It will be doing so by tapping into the same wave of puzzle-mania that helped simple games like Wordle find viral success and millions of players, writes Ingrid Lunden. 

LinkedIn ran social experiments on 20 million users over five years — NYT

LinkedIn ran experiments on more than 20 million users over five years that, while intended to improve how the platform worked for members, could...

DuckDuckGo caught giving Microsoft permission for trackers despite strong privacy reputation — 9To5Mac

Tests showed that the browser allowed trackers related to Bing and LinkedIn domains while blocking all other trackers, writes José Adorno. Here is the link:...

How Microsoft has (so far) avoided tough scrutiny over privacy issues — Fast Company

The “original gangster of big tech” has managed to dodge the bad headlines and congressional grilling, writes Daria Solovieva. Here is the link:

Read LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner’s email to his employees

Microsoft is buying professional social networking company LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. Here is the email LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner sent out to the company's...