Video: Peeple: The worst kind of people

He uses the same article I did. Maybe he saw:

I thought of some new flaws;

  • Name changes/deadnaming
  • Domestic abuse victims in hiding
  • Witness protection programmes
  • People writing a review, then editing it later when you break up
  • Misquoting, dissembling, twisting
  • Children. Anything about children.
  • Suicides from low ratings
  • Copyright issues
  • People buying positive reviews (rich kids)
  • NDAs and other legal blocks
  • Corporate espionage
  • Blackmail material
  • Gossip material
  • Mobs
  • Making it political (you know they will)
  • Monstering by dragging down the average with neutral reviews, calling someone boring can be worse than calling them awful
  • Chatlogs, other ‘proofs’
  • Organised crime syndicates using it to find the families of undercover cops

I wouldn’t be surprised if the ‘private funding’ came right from the NSA coffers.
Why do these people want all your data, to build a database on you, more detailed than a police one, but they don’t want you to know who they are? Oh sure, they get privacy.

They have no authority – unless you give them it.

It isn’t fun. You’re spying on yourself. You’re playing informant on everyone you know like it’s a game.

This could be a very good thing, because when these cases go to court, it might become illegal to slander a person in the manner SJWs are accustomed to, unchallenged. So calling somebody a bigoted -phobic Nazi or something might become illegal. We could give them the rope to hang themselves with.

angel cary grant harp playing happy

1. Be civil. 2. Be logical or fair. 3. Do not bore me.

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