Since 2012, the Trust Barometer has pointed to “A Person Like Yourself” as among the most trusted individuals. Now, perhaps a new line of inquiry could be exploring the degree to which one might trust “Vast Numbers of People You Don’t Even Know and Might Even Hate If You Actually Met, United by Peer-to-Peer Technology.”
(Okay. Bear with me. I’m still working on the name and the above seriously struggles for an acronym.)
Sound outlandish? Technology is making the latter increasingly more trustworthy.
More over at the day job.