Neuberger Discusses Court Order Requiring Website to Identify Anonymous Reviewers

10 November 2017 Society for Human Resource Management News
Of Counsel Mark Neuberger is quoted in a Society for Human Resource Management article, “Court Orders Glassdoor to Reveal Reviewers’ Identities,” about the implications of an appeals court order requiring Glassdoor, a website where people can anonymously post reviews of workplaces, to comply with a subpoena seeking the identities of eight anonymous reviewers in connection with a grand jury investigation into possible fraud by a federal contractor.

Neuberger said the ruling should have little or no effect on the average contributor to websites such as Glassdoor. “This subpoena is not and should not be the end of sites like Glassdoor or other ones where people can comment about their doctors, restaurants or anything else,” he said.

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