Newsle finds blogs, articles, and other online content that mention you or anyone you care to follow – colleagues, bosses, industry thought leaders, etc. – and notifies you seconds after they’ve published. The site was recently acquired by LinkedIn.
What to do if you find your information exposed on Newsle
If you find your information exposed on Newsle, it’s likely because you were a part of a newsworthy story that a newspaper or blog published. Because Newsle is an aggregator and not a content source, your best chance for removing the information is to contact the blog or newspaper that originally published the exposed information and ask that it be removed. Once the content no longer exists at the source, sites like Newsle will stop generating alerts associated with it.