Trolls beware! Supreme Court rules Yelp must unmask identities of anonymous reviewers
The right to complain—anonymously or not—is a right that Americans enjoy (and they do seem to enjoy it). But such complaints, in order to receive legal protection, must be factually true. "There is no constitutional value in false statements of fact," the Court has held.
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