I found this news interesting, and wondered what others felt about this. I don't have enough posts yet to include the link, but the title of my post is the exact article title if you want to Google it. Basically a court has ordered Amazon to reveal the identities of reviewers who allegedly (according to seller) posted negative reviews and shady suggestions on craigslist to discredit the company and their product. My last client was penalized by Google because he had a negative SEO campaign launched against him. He was an enormous jackass and ticked a lot of people off during the years, but still. We tried removing links and asking for fake reviews to be removed from pissed consumer and rip off reports, but we were fighting an invisible opponent. I'd successfully get hundreds of back links removed by manually contacting webmasters over several months, only to wake up one day and find 4000 more spammy links. I couldn't get him back to top organic results so he "laid me off". Do you think this will set a precedent? Or at least make people stop and consider that their anonymity is not guaranteed if they are engaging in fake reviews or negative campaigns against competitors?