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Tech Cos. See High Stakes In Row Over Anonymous Reviews

Law360 (April 6, 2018, 7:56 PM EDT) -- A “disconcerting” Texas appellate ruling makes it too easy to force online publishers to turn over information about the identity of an anonymous speaker, and the united front that tech companies like Twitter Inc., Yelp Inc. and Reddit Inc. have put forth as amici in arguing it should be overturned could go a long way, media law experts say.

The Texas Supreme Court is weighing whether to grant review in Glassdoor Inc.’s bid to upset an order requiring it to identify two reviewers who weighed in...
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