I see credit rating companies will now be looking at all of your internet activities to create your credit score. This is like the social credit score they use in China. Do you think posting on this site will help my score?
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They are probably more interested in whether you support government mandates and took the jab like a good little boy/girl.
The credit rating is just a ruse. The lonely geeks at these credit firms just want to find the most popular ?orn sites everyone is looking at.
It means that Experian and other credit companies will be looking at your web browsing history when you apply for a loan or want to rent an apartment or car etc. They say its public information anyway so they should be able to use it to determine your credit score. In other words, if they don't like your personal postings or the sites you go to or your political views, you aren't getting that loan. Do some research on how big tech in China uses this if you aren't familiar with it. It's coming to America now.
What does this even mean?