Amazon deleted 200 million fake reviews - can we believe them now?

Amazon has upped its fight against fake reviews in an effort to regain consumer trust in what people say about products. – dpa

US tech giant Amazon says that it has deleted more than 200 million fake product reviews from its websites worldwide in the past year as part of efforts to prevent and detect fraud and manipulation.

Amazon says that it's also increasingly taking legal action against companies that sell false or fictitious reviews, and is filing dozens of lawsuits in different countries to this end.

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