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“Starting today, we’re expanding our test of private like counts globally. If you’re in the test, you’ll no longer see the total number of likes and views on photos and videos posted to Feed unless they’re your own.”

“The going rate for having an Amazon employee delete negative reviews is about $300 per review, according to people familiar with the practice. Brokers usually demand a five-review minimum, meaning that sellers typically must pay at least $1,500 for the service, the people said […].
One Chinese Amazon seller said competition on the website had become so heated that he is tempted to use illicit tactics to gain an edge. “If I don’t do bad things, I will die,” he said of his business”.

Source : Amazon Investigates Employees Leaking Data for Bribes – WSJ

“One of the signals we use is how people interact with articles,” Lyons said in a follow-up email. “For example, if someone previously gave us feedback that an article was false and the article was confirmed false by a fact-checker, then we might weight that person’s future false-news feedback more than someone who indiscriminately provides false-news feedback on lots of articles, including ones that end up being rated as true.” The score is one signal among many that the company feeds into more algorithms.

Source : Facebook is rating the trustworthiness of its users on a scale from zero to 1 – The Washington Post

Credo Score

«Be honest and good to others and your Reputation Score will reflect this Our algorithms will calculate your Reputation Score based on the strength of your profile, your circle of friends, and what people you’ve interacted with say about you»

Source : Credo

«À partir d’aujourd’hui, la page de chaque jeu contiendra un histogramme du rapport entre les évaluations positives et négatives sur toute la durée d’existence du jeu, et en cliquant sur n’importe quelle partie de l’histogramme vous pourrez lire un échantillon des évaluations correspondant à cet intervalle de temps. En tant qu’acheteur potentiel, il vous est maintenant facile de localiser des distorsions temporaires dans les évaluations, de chercher pourquoi ces distorsions se sont produites et de décider vous-même si vous voulez en tenir compte. Cette approche présente l’avantage de ne jamais empêcher quiconque de publier une évaluation, mais demande un peu plus d’effort de la part des acheteurs potentiels».

Source : Communauté Steam :: Annonces du groupe :: Steam Blog

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