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Rate-a-Doc: Online services prompt some to use privacy agreements (access required)

Some doctors are raising eyebrows by trying to control what patients say about them in online rating services. The rapidly growing Internet rating services are themselves eye-opening. They offer a unique forum for people to talk – with no reservations and often no signature – about their experiences with individual doctors. Although most reviews are positive, ...

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  1. We should also take into consideration of the fact that, the reader of these rate-a-doc comments are intelligent enough to tell the difference between a fair comments vs. unfounded malicious attacks on doctors. A rating based on free-speech, on the long run, is always the best (fairest) rating we should find.

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