Yep. Want to bet that at least one of those profile views that you got that chose to check you out anonymously was actually someone in your current employers' HR department?
Back in the days when the Sunday paper was a decent (not great but far from the pretty much complete waste of time it is today) place to see job ads, you could apply to the blind ads -- who might very well be your current employer -- and request that your reply not be submitted should it be from a company that you didn't want to be submitted to (i.e., your current employer) or some other hellhole that you'd never want to work for. One used to hear horror stories, though, about newspapers that didn't see the job seeker's request -- or ignored it -- and wound up getting their resume submitted to the HR people down the hall. What's to stop this from happening at LinkedIn? Especially with all the anonymous profile browsing that LI seems to like getting paid to allow?