Oh great, it's not enough that privacy in America is dead, here's a chance for an even greater level of exposure. It's called PEEPLE and it allows you to rate and berate people the way you can post ratings of businesses on Yelp. Of course you have to sign up for the public laughing stock but to my horror it seems someone can do that for you without your knowledge and consent. If you've looked at Yelp, you may share my opinion that it attracts cranks and trolls and I've read the most outrageously spurious and unfair ratings of places I have first hand knowledge of. Will these same creeps be rating someone in your family? If you're on Facebook, ll they need is your cell phone number and judging from the calls I get, everyone knows mine, including Facebook.
How many suicides, how many murders will ensue? How many mortified teenagers will take dad's gun to school? How many adults for that matter, will take the notion to hunt down and kill some drooling dirtbag who spends his afternoons posting spurious libel about people he doesn't know. Imagine waking up one morning to find that 4962 posters insist that your mother does Dallas?
And of course as the lawsuits begin to pile up by the millions, won't there be a cry against the assault on "Freedom of speech?" The founders of this abomination have raised a mountain of cash and apparently are exited that we can all now "showcase your character” online. Really? Well here's a good reason to get the hell off Facebook, if that's even possible, to toss the phone overboard and make sure I have plenty of 5.65 X 39 available.