Free-speech advocates are irate about the Virginia appeals court ruling that requires Yelp to reveal the identities of those who post anonymous reviews on its website. But restaurant operators—whose very livelihoods are threatened when unknown commenters unfairly trash their reputation online—may be hoping the ruling goes nationwide, the sooner the better. Yelp is praying it doesn’t. In a post on its corporate blog written by Aaron Schur, the company’s senior ...

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