Is the court right or wrong to require Glassdoor to reveal 8 reviewers' names to the U.S. government? (Photo: Shutterstock)

Glassdoor is in the news. The site where people can post anonymous reviews of their employers lost its fight to stop a subpoena that would require it to reveal to the government certain reviewers’ contact information.

The company had argued that compliance would violate privacy and anonymous speech rights, but the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit shot that down.

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