Big Tech’s “Social Credit Industry” Coming to Assess You – IOTW Report

Big Tech’s “Social Credit Industry” Coming to Assess You

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This is the only report of its type to assess market opportunities for infrastructure support of the social credit market. The report evaluates market drivers, use cases, and consequential impacts/implications (anticipated and likely unanticipated) for social credit market implementation and operation.

The report also evaluates some of the leading companies that are anticipated to drive social credit market evolution. This report includes detailed quantitative analysis driven by market needs with forecasting for all major infrastructure elements from 2021 to 2026. More

Oh, it’s as intrusive and tyrannical as the name implies.

This means that systems will ultimately be used for a variety of commerce and lifestyle-related issues ranging from risk assessment (access to credit, financing fees, insurance, etc.) to accessibility within public places such as concerts, sporting events, and other assemblies. High social scoring individuals within the social credit market will be granted preferred access to both real and digital assets.

Social credit system infrastructure includes analogue and digital surveillance, Internet-enabled devices like smartphones, wearable devices, security systems, sensor-enabled physical objects, and surveillance devices that use biometrics and computer vision. Technologies include broadband wireless (WiFi, LTE, and 5G), IoT, AI algorithms, and big data analytics platforms, processes, and procedures.

15 Comments on Big Tech’s “Social Credit Industry” Coming to Assess You

  1. in my area they are already scanning driver’s licenses whenever you have an alcohol purchase … for ‘social credit’ healthcare denial in the future, no doubt

    they’re already tracking us for insurance purposes … how often we hard-brake, jack-rabbit accelerations, etc. … next, all you little Fakebookers, they’ll start shaming you on your ‘climate score’, ‘social score’, ‘white supremacy score’ … ad infinitum

    already thinking of going out of my way to make future bulk-purchases … if I can afford the gas, that is!

  2. I heat my home with coal… all of my vehicles are over 20 years old, I have no credit cards, I’m not on facefuck…

    I must be persona non grata.

  3. Already emailed the skunks and suggested they kiss my rusty sheriff’s badge, do I’m probably in the red already.

  4. I keep as low a digital profile as possible – no fakebook, no twatter, no instagrim, no nothing. The day is coming, and I don’t want to participate. In fact, this is the only site that I participate on.

  5. …getting closer…

    “16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:

    17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name.

    18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast: for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.”
    Revelation 13:16-18

  6. “1 Lo, for he slew the Antonites so they may enter Heaven, and he gazed upon all manner, for He hath a rotted soul in the temple. How can this be? For he is the Shadrak. Give the dog a bone.”

  7. Without exposing much details, (some might even think I am making this up, but I am not), I worked at a very popular (at that time) social media network company, even back then, I noticed we had a group of developers who were responsible for a technology that was at that time known internally as “user karma”, which was basically a scoring system of how well “the user behaves”, this was way before Facebook and Twitter existed, and others were young, small and not very well known social media networks.
    To be honest, I did not pay much attention to it at first, later on, when the group that I worked in, had to work with the group maintaining it on few issues, I learned more about it. Sounded much like the Chinese version of their social credits, rewarding “good behavior”, and punishing otherwise.
    Some users always contacted support complaining their profiles are not easily found, their friends on the network won’t see their comments and posts.
    I left that company after few weeks, due to the work environment was close to working at sweat shop in China or Hong Kong, and from what I heard they got sued by employees and settled outside court.
    But that’s another topic for another day.
    What I was trying to saw, the tactics of totalitarian regimes are being imported and implemented here by the woke left, like monkeys.
    This nothing new, and unfortunately, is getting worse.

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