"Yelp Bill" in Cali Lets Customers Review in Peace

PHOTO CREDIT: STREETFIGHTMAG.COM

PHOTO CREDIT: STREETFIGHTMAG.COM

Ever wrote a review on a restaurant and got some sort of negative backlash because of your personal opinion? Well, If you're a California resident, you don't have to worry about that issue anymore.

Assembly Bill 2365, otherwise known as the Yelp Bill, has just taken effect in the great state of California which forbids any and all penalization to customers for posting their opinions and reviews on the very popular app, Yelp (hence the 'Yelp' Bill, you know.) By creating this state-wide law, Californians are able to voice their opinions on Yelp without having to think twice about the consequences that come thereafter, which could include but are not limited to: negative responses, denial of service, denial of profit, etc. Read more about Cali's new law here.