Extract from C. Ryan Barber's article "Glassdoor Inc. Can't Shake Grand Jury Subpoena Unmasking Anonymous Users"
Glassdoor Inc., the online job-review site, must comply with a federal grand jury subpoena that seeks identifying information about anonymous users of the website, a federal appeals court ruled Wednesday in rejecting the company’s privacy claims.
A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit upheld an Arizona trial judge who had denied Glassdoor’s effort to quash the grand jurysubpoena. The government is seeking information about eight users who posted anonymous reviews about a federal health care contractor under investigation for fraud.
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