Imagine a database that allows you and everyone you know to be ranked, classified and reviewed by someone you’ve dated, worked with or befriended, without their consent.

Welcome to Peeple, described by the founders as a “positivity app.” When it launches in November, Peeple will allow users to rate and search human beings in the same way we rank and file restaurants, hotels, and car services on scores of other apps.

But critics fear that it will devolve into a virtual “Burn Book”, a la Mean Girls, that will allow gossip and shaming to thrive

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It’s Peeple: The app where you review other humans — without their consent