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Amazon Ditches Its Controversial Incentivized Review Program

Until recently, Amazon’s review system allowed for a deceptively biased loophole: users could receive free products from companies in exchange for an “honest” review. These were still pretty biased, so Amazon’s getting rid of them. Read more...
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