Consumer reviews can greatly promote, or harm a business. When “Diana Z.” of Chicago gave a one star rating to her real estate dealer, the aggrieved company sued to find out her real identity. Turi contemplates the Illinois Appellate Court’s decision to protect her anonymity and shares her own online reviewing experience.
Yelp reviews: Do opinions come with legal consequences?
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