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I Don’t Want Wall Street in My Social Network

January 21, 2011 No Comments

If LinkedIn goes public, will I suddenly be smacked with an onslaught of spam, bludgeoned by pop-ups or, even worse, have my personal information auctioned off to the highest bidder? If you don’t think that’s a possibility, then you don’t understand why Facebook and Groupon have been christened social networking’s most valuable sites. In a word: advertising.

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