Google has taken legal action against a malicious actor who was creating fake business listings, soliciting fake reviews, selling people's information, and making impossible promises to customers.
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A new bill in the UK could help to fight subscription traps and fake reviews that cost UK consumers £1.6 billion every year. It will also help restrain big tech and give smaller companies a chance.
Which? has found that Facebook, Google, and Trustpilot do not do enough to remove fake reviews from their platforms. The companies responded, saying they are fighting fake reviews.
Amazon is taking legal action against 10,000 Facebook group admins. It says these admins have been orchestrating fake rating campaigns of products on Amazon, which is prohibited by the site.
Facebook and eBay have been urged by the UK's Competition and Markets Authority to address the spread of fake reviews across their platforms as these could harm consumers shopping online.
Amazon has sued three sellers which artificially boosted their products by posting reviews from fake accounts. The firm is seeking compensation from the sellers including damages of over $25,000.