Bailey and Cameron are talking about meeting people online and the things that keep them from trying.
I just don't want to reveal my personal information right away.
I know, right? I want to make sure they are who they say they are. There are a lot of phonies out there.
They have gotten this far in the conversation many times. Today, Drew is going to offer a new idea...
It's called Brijit. You don't even have to tell anyone your name until you want to know theirs, and Brijit shares just between the two of you when you both agree.
How does Brijit know my name, or the other person?
Everybody who wants to be safer online signs up, and Brijit gets your information, like when you apply for a job. Everyone can keep using their screen name, or share their real name if they agree.
Drew describes the QPQ process that makes it work.
Brijit does a background check and issues a "passport" that shows the person, the county they live in, and any important records. People can include a note if they want to explain their record. But your details and their details remain private. No more scams!
So Brijit is like a bridge between people, and keeps our private stuff private, and checks out the other person, too? That solves almost everything!
I don't know about you, but I'm more likable when I'm not scared!