I was banned from joining Facebook or Twitter (on the curious grounds that 75-year-old authors and retired doctors might prove too much of a threat to their communities) but I was allowed to join LinkedIn. Nearly 5,000 people asked to connect and I was happy to join with them.
However, it appears that LinkedIn has decided that I am a danger to their little world.
After I posted a few words recommending one of my videos on Brand New Tube I was told that the post would be removed.
I then posted a few words reminding people that LinkedIn is owned by Microsoft which is…
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Source: Dr Vernon Coleman - MB ChB DSc Read the original article here: https://vernoncoleman.org/