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Bologna
Gessica Notaro acid attacker gets 15 yrs

Gessica Notaro acid attacker gets 15 yrs

 
Rome
Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

 
Caserta
Man kills wife, relative, tries to kill self

Man kills wife, relative, tries to kill self

 
Ischia
1,600-2,000 Ischia buildings covered by amnesty

1,600-2,000 Ischia buildings covered by amnesty

 
Rome
Baby bonus to return says Fontana (3)

Baby bonus to return says Fontana (3)

 
Rome
Soccer: Roma donate 150,000 to Sean Cox family

Soccer: Roma donate 150,000 to Sean Cox family

 
Rome
Desirée murder charge remains for Senegalese

Desirée murder charge remains for Senegalese

 
Rome
Viganò sentenced to pay brother back 1.8 mn euros

Viganò sentenced to pay brother back 1.8 mn euros

 
Milan
People injured as 2 separate Milan metro trains brake hard

People injured as 2 separate Milan metro trains brake hard

 
Rome
9-mt tax take up 2.1%

9-mt tax take up 2.1%

 
Rome
Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

Di Maio clashes with Salvini on waste incinerators

 
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Rome

Author of fake TripAdvisor reviews gets jail term

Website civil plaintiff in case

Author of fake TripAdvisor reviews gets jail term

Rome, September 12 - A criminal court in the southern city of Lecce has sentenced a person found guilty of writing fake reviews on TripAdvisor to a nine-month jail term. The court also hit the owner of PromoSalento, which sold fake reviews using false identities to businesses seeking to raise their profiles, with a fine of 8,000 euros. It is set to be a landmark ruling as it is one of the first legal cases of its kind. TripAdvisor was a civil plaintiff in the case. "We think this is a historic sentence for the Internet," said TripAdvisor's Vice-president and Associate General Counsel Brad Young. "Writing false reviews has always been a breach of the law but this is the first time that the result is a cheat being sent to prison". Under the Italian judicial system, rulings are not definitive until the appeals process has been exhausted and terms of under two years are usually suspended.

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