‘The need to speak up on these issues has become depressingly more frequent’
The case has (almost) reached the final rung of the judicial ladder
No more waiting in line
‘Never return to any of our establishments until you are potty trained’
Internet obviates need for costly regulations to reduce information asymmetry
‘If your guests are looking for a Marriott type hotel they may not like it here’
Appeals court utterly smacks down lawyers defending peculiar local ordinance
The company only receives 6 subpoenas a month, so fears of a deluge are overstated.
‘Large-scale, intentional deceit across the Internet’
Last week, the FTC publicly released 685 complaints against the company
Claim: ‘If you do not pay for advertising they remove your good reviews’
The information would be communicated to users through a health score
Permanent government regulation of Internet search was a plausible outcome
Google has a long history of being accused of these anti-competitive search practices.