Maurice de Hond removed from LinkedIn

According to De Hond, he received the notification from LinkedIn that he had violated the terms of use of the platform.

De Hond noticed last week that posts on LinkedIn were being removed. The pollster places links on LinkedIn and other social media to articles on his website in which he is critical of the government’s corona policy. De Hond advocates more attention for ventilation to prevent the spread of the virus via aerosols, small droplets.

‘We have clear rules’

LinkedIn says in a response that it only communicates with a user about actions against an account. “We have clear terms and conditions and community rules and we expect all our members to abide by them,” Microsoft’s subsidiary says.