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NY hotel fines guests $500 for posting negative reviews on Yelp

8/7/2014 - Most Americans know that the cost of a wedding can be very high, but one hotel has found a way to extract even more cash from wedding guests. As reported by the New York Post, the Union Street Guest House, located in Hudson, New York, fines couples $500 for every single negative review posted online...

Internet being wildly polluted with fake reviews, fake complaints against local businesses

10/5/2013 - The revolutionary form of expression and communication known as the Internet does indeed have its drawbacks, as demonstrated in a recent law enforcement effort initiated by the attorney general for the state of New York. According to a report in International Business Times, AG Eric Schneiderman...

CNET gadget reviews found to be staged by parent company

1/18/2013 - Just when you think there is no integrity left among corporate media, one of its reporters proves you wrong. That's the case with Greg Sandoval, a top technology reporter for CBS Corportation-owned CNET, a website with a reputation for thorough, complete and honest reviews of the latest tech gadgets.... book reviews routinely faked

9/7/2012 - A group of leading British authors has published a letter in The Daily Telegraph, warning that fake reviews by self-promoting authors may be widespread. The letter came after RJ Ellory, a best-selling crime writer, admitted to faking online book reviews. In posts under the names "Nicodemus...

Health Ranger reviews Fenix survival flashlights for - rugged, reliable and available now

4/10/2012 - In the quest for finding the perfect preparedness and survival gear, I've become something of a gear head. Especially when it comes to flashlights: I've bought and testing probably fifty lights over the last three years, and most of them turned out to be less than illuminating. But for the last six... sued over allegations of extorting small local businesses and restaurants

11/26/2011 - The most savvy business person will tell you that they are always finding a better way to offer their product or otherwise make it more valuable, in order to increase sales and profits. But when that fails some companies, according to a recent lawsuit, resort to harder tactics - like extortion. A...

Drug Company Reports Should be Read with Caution, Warn Doctors (press release)

11/22/2006 - A study published on today has found that reviews of drugs which are supported by the pharmaceutical industry are less transparent, and are more likely to reach favourable conclusion on drugs, than independent reviews. According to the authors, bias in drug trials is common and often favours...

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