I think it'd be easy for Yelp to claim harm to their business because of the fake reviews. Assuming someone goes to this law firm because they have such glowing (and fake) reviews...gets royally screwed over, that person is not going to trust Yelp any longer as a means of finding services.
I'm not the biggest political guy (though I live in the DC Metro area, I've become a bit anesthetized to it all) -- but what, exactly, is stopping us from firing this people? I thought the Constitution allowed us, as a people, to be able to kick these folks out of office?
I'm not trolling. I just a guy who wonders why we continue to put up with this nonsense.
A few months ago, 1 bitcoin was like $13. Now it's like $87. All this does is validate BC as a legitimate currency, and because of that...the whole thing has explored. A new hype/bubble? Perhaps. Time will tell.
I'd be interested in picking that album up. I love it when hip-hop artists step outside their comfort zones and try something different. Worked well for Mos Def, Atmosphere, Eyedea & Abilities...to name a few.
Now the tough decision...do I buy it to show there's support for this album or jump on the "FUCK UNIVERSAL" bandwagon and just pirate it?