The audio recordings of the meeting LinkedIn held on June 3 were shared anonymously by a LinkedIn employee. The voice recording included the words that a LinkedIn official said they could limit those using the platform to promote violence.
The death of George Floyd, who was killed by a police officer in the United States last week, caused huge confusion throughout the country. US citizens have begun to organize anti-racist protests throughout the country. Protests also spread to different countries of the world.
In the event of all these events, racism and George Floyd protests were also discussed, and the audio recordings of chief advisor Blake Lawit were revealed at the LinkedIn meeting. The resulting soundtracks included Blake Lawit’s remarks that if the rules are broken against US President Donald Trump or any leader, they can take action.
Any person can be limited:
In audio recordings shared anonymously by a LinkedIn employee, Blake Lawit said that the company would ‘limit’ any chosen person if they use the platform to incite violence and spread false information.
In the statement from LinkedIn, the audio recordings were behind. The company announced that what was said in its voice recordings is completely correct. “We got together this week on racism as part of our commitment to open, honest and constructive chats,” said Nicole Leverich, vice president of communications at LinkedIn.
In the resulting audio recordings, a LinkedIn employee is asking company leaders what to do if Trump benefits from its platform Facebook and Twitter. Responding to this, Lawit says that the platform is more respected and professional than the other two platforms and that no one chosen to date has broken the rules.
Lawit said, “We have rules on harmful content, hate speech, misinformation, and incitement to violence. We don’t have different rules for politicians and members. For example, if a leader would make a statement on our platform that violates our rules for inciting violence, we would act. We would limit his speech. ”