He uses the same article I did. Maybe he saw: https://disenchantedscholar.wordpress.com/2015/10/02/stupidest-app-known-to-man-developed-by-woman/
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
- 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.