Today I received somewhat of a shock, out of the blue.
I received a notification from LinkedIn that I had been warned, once, in July of 2016, not to…
- Act dishonestly or unprofessionally, including by posting inappropriate, inaccurate, or objectionable content
- Harass, abuse, or harm another person
- Send spam or other unwelcome communications to othersPlease note that we did send you a warning on July 19, 2016 to cease this type of activity.
Eight months ago? Who accused me? Where is your evidence?
I categorically and emphatically deny any such activities.
Dear LinkedIn, if this is the extent to which you describe my indiscretions, I am sorely disappointed. I did none of the above. I post material which exposes the actions of others who engage in disinformation, propaganda, lies, fabrications, false news, and other activities normally associated with Russian Information Warfare. I also discuss US and Western efforts to counter them. If Russia takes umbrage or somehow objects to me highlighting their activities, I hereby invite them to tell me.
- I hereby invite you, LinkedIn, to actually tell me who accused me. You’re a US corporation and I have the right to face my accuser.
- I hereby invite you to offer me due process, as is guaranteed by the US constitution.
- I hereby invite you to offer me a copy of the evidence against me.
- I hereby invite you to describe the detailed process by which you judged me, as you have no written standards.
I notice the notification is signed by Scarlett. No last name. No phone number. No link. No information.