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There is a mobile app set to launch in November that will let users rate other people. Called Peeple, it uses a five star rating system and there’s no way to opt out of it. Once your name has been put on there by you or someone else, you’ll be at the mercy of Peeple app users. Would you want to rate or be rated?
I’m currently in the process of creating my first website. The website will focus on tourism in Australia and compare companies that offer similar products. Am I breaking any laws by writing about these companies? For example, if three different tour companies are offering wine tours in the same region, can I write about the prices, the wineries each company visits, the length of the tour and any other information I consider relevant? I intend to write the comparisons in a non-biased manner and will link directly to each company’s website.