Two quick things we advise you to deal with ASAP:
To opt out of this, hover over your name at the top right and go to Settings, then Account.
Under “Manage Social Advertising”, UNCHECK the box that says “LinkedIn may use my name, photo in social advertising.”
Facebook has defaulted everyone to non secure browsing (www or http instead of https).
To fix it, go to Account at the top right, then Account Settings, then Security Settings on the left. Check the box for secure browsing.
I know Google+ has its faults, but this kind of stuff makes my blood boil and the G seems to be the only one that cares. Please check your settings and do not let these other networks run riot over your privacy settings. This stuff is not inherently bad if you opt in to having it like this – but the idea of defaulting everyone to it, and making people opt out, is BAD business in my opinion. As associations, I sincerely hope you’re not opting your members in automatically to anything – even if it works to some extent to get people on board, it’s simply shady and not cool.