Do Companies Void Your Right to Sue After You 'Like' Them on Facebook?

Public Citizen is pursuing a lawsuit against another company for its terms of service that prevented customers from writing negative online reviews. Jen and John Palmer from Utah are suing KlearGear.com after it fined them $3,500 for writing a negative online review, sparking an alleged debt to credit reporting agencies.

Scott Michelman, another attorney with Public Citizen, has moved for a default judgment because KlearGear has failed to respond to the suit. That motion has been pending for about a month, awaiting a judge's approval, he said.

Read More: Couple Fined $3,500 For Negative Review Fights Back With Lawsuit

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