BBC - Oct 26 - The Chinese government is building a "social credit" system that is meant to rate each citizen's trustworthiness. By 2020, everyone in China will be enrolled in a vast national database. That system isn't in place yet. For now, the government is watching how eight Chinese companies issue their own "social credit" scores under state-approved pilot projects. One of them is Sesame Credit, the financial wing of Alibaba. Baihe, has teamed up with Sesame to promote clients with good credit scores, giving them prominent spots on the site.