A marketing company in America has been rapped by the Federal Trade Commission for publishing reviews of its clients' games on iTunes. The organisation, Reverb Marketing, has issued a statement suggesting it regarded the matter as trivial and didn't want to spend ages fighting this sort of lawsuit. We haven't put a link to its website in this instance because it was down as this story was being written; that could of course be coincidence.
The ruling follows a change to FTC guidelines this year in which it has come out against companies or their agencies posing as ordinary members of the public.
The issue isn't trivial, but it's not something the FTC should need to be involved in. In early 2009 [URL="