Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Yelps claim that the filter does more good then bad. Here are 3 questions.

Yelp claims that the filter is good to have because it does more good then bad. So here are 3 questions.

1 - How do they know the filter does more good then bad? Do they have some kind of stat that measures the good vs. the bad?

2 - So what if it does more good? We know the filter does at least some bad. We know the filter is hurting people's livelyhood and reputation. So if bad things are happening, why does it get a pass because of the good things that are happening? Is that logic?

3 - If they know the filter does some bad, then how can Yelp continue to let the bad keep happening? I don't understand that. I mean some people's livelyhood and reputation are being affected in a negative way. Doesn't that bother Yelp? 


I mean, if I was the leader of Yelp, I would stop hurting people right away or resign. But they let it keep happening. Why? I don't get it.

Again, Yelp does not have alot of logical answers to things like this. If they did, they would have to admit the filter does not work. And then they would have to remove it. And then they would be just another review website. 

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