Law & Regulation

US court orders Glassdoor to unmask critical Zuru reviewers

Oliver Lewis
Tue, 19 Jul 2022

US court orders Glassdoor to unmask critical Zuru reviewers
Zuru co-founder Nick Mowbray. (Image: Zuru)
Oliver Lewis
Tue, 19 Jul 2022
A United States court has ordered employer review platform Glassdoor to identify users who posted negative reviews about toymaker Zuru.Zuru, which is owned by the billionaire Mowbray siblings, is seeking the information for possible defamation action in New Zealand.In a decision issued on July 8, Magistrate Judge Alex Tse of the US District Court of California denied a motion filed by Glassdoor to quash a subpoena requiring it to identify the user or users who left several scathing reviews about Zuru, critiquing its workplace culture and manage...

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