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The meteoric rise in the dimensions of e-commerce have been matched by internet reviews posted on Yelp, Amazon, TripAdvisor, Facebook and Twitter. Positive reviews enhance a company’s profitability, while negative reviews harm them. Some harmful internet reviews are, in fact, legally abusive. Statutory, contract-related breach of “duty of good faith and fair dealing,” and tort legal remedies are available to combat abusive internet reviews.

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