As a netizen from the dialup era of the mid 1990's I've seen a lot of things, but truth be told, shaping perceptions on the Internet is a very sought after commodity these days. We can spew and publish all the insights and opinions we have for the world to suspiciously or wholeheartedly digest and acknowledge, but know that we can never be absolutely 100% sure of the truth in a half-truth laden cyberspace.
This pretty much ruins anyone's Amazon.com experience, although they do have the Amazon Verified Purchase tags for reviews.
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