Posted by : brij fbEducator Tuesday, 3 July 2018

The California Supreme Court made life easier for internet review sites this week when it ruled Yelp can’t be forced to remove reviews from a business’s page by legal means. The 4-3 ruling overturned an earlier decision in which a court ordered Yelp to remove a supposedly defamatory review, in spite of the fact that, in that particular case, Yelp wasn’t a defendant and wasn’t allowed to defend itself in court. The Supreme Court originally agreed to review the case in 2016, with the Northern California ACLU coming down on Yelp’s side. The ACLU said in a statement at the…

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