Putting Limits On Online Comments

Websites that allow users to review businesses are often plagued by negative online comments. "Words do have consequences," said West Hartford lawyer Matthew Dallas Gordon. "You think in today's world you can say whatever you want, and that's not true."

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  • David H. Relkin

    Are we going to adopt the eu standard or not. This is the question. Otherwise, we are wasting our time for all sites that do not have a proctor.

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