Yelp Ruling A Win For Anonymity Despite Dodging Key Issue

By Bill Donahue (April 16, 2015, 8:54 PM EDT) -- The Virginia Supreme Court ducked the key issue Thursday in a closely watched case about how much the First Amendment shields the identities of anonymous online critics, but the ruling should still give some comfort to online review sites like Yelp that don't want to turn over their users....

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