How you utilize social media can be gathered into a social credit history. Your ranking on Uber or Lyft aren’t the only systems tracking your digital behavior and deals. What you create and curate, what you do, what you say, what you do not say, who you understand, can all contribute to a digital importance score or social stature or hierarchy that can work for or versus you.
Long before Black Mirror, I studied the concept of social networks and social currencies. In this discussion at the prestigious LIFT Conference in Geneva from 2011, share the principle of deliberate development and curation to favorably affect online habits.
This is a topic I think to be more crucial today than ever previously. Rely on a digital age is fundamental to our future.
Every action you handle the Internet impacts your “online credit report.” This might seem insignificant up until you learn of the many and varied implications. Author and analyst Brian Solis shines a light on the practice of grading your online track record. You might not like it, however you must find out to take advantage of it. getAbstract recommends this report to consumers intrigued in maintaining favorable positions in the online and, subsequently, offline worlds.