Posting Fake Reviews On Amazon Can Get You In BIG Trouble is suing 1000 people for falsifying product reviews. The shopping website noticed services on the internet offering to write favorable reviews for products for a $5 fee. Amazon believes this hurts the credibility of their site and are filing a lawsuit against these services. Cenk Uygur, Brett Erlich (Pop Trigger), and Grace Baldridge (Pop Trigger) hosts of The Young Turks discuss. Do you think Amazon is justified in suing?


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