Sunday, 23 July 2017

Families left stranded after £10,000 villas did not exist | Daily Mail Online

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When you search on Google, it orders results by what it believes to be the most useful and relevant. A website’s rank has become a common barometer for how high-quality or trustworthy a company is.

From Families left stranded after £10,000 villas did not exist | Daily Mail Online

Oh dear. A website’s rank has absolutely nothing to do with either quality or trustworthiness. It’s no wonder people get taken in like this, but since we have no trust infrastructure and no way of connecting people to it via the user interface even if we did, it’s hard to see how things will improve.

What would have to be in place to fix this sort of problem. Well, first of all, when you go to a website offering holiday villas you should be able to tell whether someone knows who it is that is behind the site. 

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