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The Australian Securities and Investments Commission is currently investigating the company’s CEO and is expected to make its findings public on Thursday.
The company, which has been criticised for its handling of a data breach in 2016, said on Monday that it would “work with the SEC and other relevant authorities” to help clean up its reputation.
This is not an issue we will be able to control. “
The issue of inaccurate LinkedIn credentials and false and misleading claims are very serious.”
This is not an issue we will be able to control.
The SEC will be following this closely.
We are committed to ensuring the safety and security of all of our users.
“LinkedIn is currently facing allegations it mislead investors and made misleading claims that customers were “fraudulently claiming” LinkedIn’s credentials to gain access to its products and services.
In 2016, it said the security of its user data had been breached and that hackers were using stolen login credentials to access accounts.
LinkedIn has been plagued by allegations that its CEO, Marc Benioff, misled investors and that he made misleading statements about how the company was run.
In a statement, LinkedIn said it was investigating the SEC’s findings.
However, it also said that the company had already taken action to ensure that it could not repeat the “fault” of its employees and to fix the “corporate culture and standards”.
LinkedIn said that it has “committed to taking steps to address this issue”.
The company said it would have a team of about 100 engineers, including “key technical advisers, to help us address the issues”.
LinkedIn is also under investigation by the US Securities and Exchange Commission for a breach of its securities law in 2018, in which hackers gained access to information about more than 500 million users, including email addresses, social security numbers, phone numbers, and passwords.
Benioff and the board of directors have denied any wrongdoing.
Facebook has also faced criticism for its actions with regards to user data, which it has been under pressure to disclose.
The social network said last year that the data breach was caused by “a misconfiguration in a third party software provider” and that it had acted to help prevent similar attacks in the future.