Reporter Elinor Mills takes a look at the controversy over how negative reviews appear on Yelp's consumer reviews site.
A San Francisco Bay Area newspaper says online review site Yelp is using shady business tactics to get advertisers. The charge stems from the disappearance of negative reviews for certain businesses. CNET News reporter Elinor Mills looks into how the problem may be in how Yelp's algorithm works.
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