"Today in the hiQ legal proceeding, the court announced a significant win for LinkedIn and our members against personal data scraping, among other platform abuses. The court ruled that LinkedIn's user agreement clearly prohibits scraping of member profile data and the use of fake accounts, affirming LinkedIn's legal positions against hiQ for the past six years. The court also found that hiQ knew for years that its actions violated our user agreement, and that LinkedIn is entitled to move forward with its claim that hiQ violated the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act."
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