Actually, LinkedIn does offeraRemove Connection feature. So if the victim removed this individual asaconnection, then used the available Privacy settings to protect/prevent the broadcasting of her activity, her stalker would probably just get bored and go away. LinkedIn also offers an abuse line different from the regular customer service email.Iwas once stalked and they took care of it immmediately. Bottom line though, Patricia is correct…ifaman pointedagun at your face everytime you stepped outside the door of your home, you could a)never leave your home again or b) move away. So if the victim truly feels threatened, she should delete her account (assuming LinkedIn is not able to help her make it stop.) Exposure is the downside of using social media.