LinkedIn is fighting back against LeakedSource, a site on which hackers are trying to sell 117 million usernames and passwords stolen from the b-to-b social network as part of
a 2012 data breach. LinkedIn attorneys have served a cease and desist order claiming that the site is in violation of California’s Computer Fraud and Abuse Act because it is "illegally copying
and displaying LinkedIn members’ information" without consent.
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