Four plaintiffs to the U.S. District Court in San Jose collective prosecute commercial social network LinkedIn, LinkedIn claiming unauthorized use of their identity to their e-mail contact list to send spam. The plaintiff also pointed out, LinkedIn does not provide functionality to prevent spam sent. LinkedIn plaintiff alleged invasion of their account , but their description is more like a third-party e-mail account to import contacts from the list of features.
They cited a number of examples, including the spouses, clients and opposing counsel email send an email. Many people doubt that the plaintiff may be induced on LinkedIn enter a password, allowing LinkedIn Download Address Book, but afterwards they forget the matter, that account has been LinkedIn invasion.