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Can You Be Sued for Online Reviews?

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Can You Be Sued for Online Reviews?

You may have signed away your right to free speech the last time you visited the dentist.

Nondisparagement clauses are becoming more common in contracts for services ranging from dentistry to wedding photography. The clauses—included in contractual fine print that customers rarely read—are intended to stop unhappy customers from complaining or posting bad reviews online.

Self-defense: Cross out any such clauses—if the service provider objects, he/she may have something to hide and you may want to take your business elsewhere.


These clauses should be illegal.

The clauses are a limitation of free speech and thus unconstitutional.

If an individual is dissatisfied with a product and/or service, they must be allowed to tell anyone and everyone.

Things like this are causing the quality of life to decline.



The facts no one wants to read.

Comments and referrals to this blog would be greatly appreciated.


Written by solutions777

February 11, 2015 at 1:49 am

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