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Tuesday, October 20, 2015

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Gregory Gauthier

So Amazon's now apparently filing arbitration cases against merchants whom they accuse of arranging for fake reviews to be posted. http://www.seattletimes.com/business/amazon/amazon-steps-up-pursuit-of-merchants-who-pay-for-fake-reviews/?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=Referral&utm_campaign=RSS_business I don't know whether the decision to proceed in arbitration instead of in court was influenced by the reference in the Wiseley brief in the 9th circuit referring to the fake review case filed in court.

Matthew Bruckner

Nate, will there be an issue about retroactively updating the ToS?

nate

No.

An earlier section of the ToS gives Amazon the privilege of changing the ToS any time they want.

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