For the Peeple

Chris K Leslie
"Peeple is an app that allows you to rate and comment about the people you interact with in your daily lives on the following three categories: personal, professional, and dating," However, there's currently no way for users to opt out of Peeple. Anyone can sign up anyone else if they have their cell number, and although only positive reviews are shown on the profiles of people who haven't signed up, members of the public can't see their reviews unless they join. It's also not clear whether negative reviews are judged to be so based only on the star rating or whether the actual content is also taken into account. If just the former, it means that users could give people extremely negative reviews but a good star rating, with the targets of these write-ups never knowing about them unless they signed up. Call it a growth hack. What do you guys think about this kind of thing?
jordan thomas
Why someone would create a platform for people to critique and judge other people (especially personal and dating) for the public to see is beyond me. I imagine it will do a lot more harm than good.
Jason Stum
Well, now I'm interested to see what happens with this if anything.
jordan thomas
I'm thinking she got a pretty healthy taste of her own medicine.
Carey Fried
sounds like that app preys on people's worst impulses

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