The Consumer Review Fairness Act, recently signed into law by President Obama, prohibits non-disparagement, or “gag” clauses, in consumer contracts designed to discourage negative online reviews.
The Consumer Review Fairness Act, recently signed into law by President Obama, prohibits non-disparagement, or “gag” clauses, in consumer contracts designed to discourage negative online reviews. Kin Cheung AP
The Consumer Review Fairness Act, recently signed into law by President Obama, prohibits non-disparagement, or “gag” clauses, in consumer contracts designed to discourage negative online reviews. Kin Cheung AP

New federal law offers consumer protection for negative online reviews

January 13, 2017 12:05 PM

UPDATED January 13, 2017 05:58 PM

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