The internet has become a contest of who's loudest, and social media has become a race to get the most "likes" while negative comments are filtered out. Panjury believes in the right to express what we like and dislike. We want to create a system that encourages responsible expression of opinions on everything, with the intention to help people find out the most (or the least) popular stuff around the world.
Panjury – a Panel of Jury. Pan also carries the meaning of "greater", "all-encompassing".
Panjury is a social opinion site where every user can submit their opinions (verdict) on any subject.
A subject can be any items that can fit into our six categories. The idea is to put things on a trial of popularity to measure how well-liked (or hated) everything is.
A verdict is your personal opinion of a subject. You don't have to be an expert. All you need to do is to express your genuine opinion on the subject matter.
To create a subject, you will need to make sure the subject does not already exist, as any duplicate subject will be removed by us. To check whether a subject exists, simply type the name of the subjectin the search field. If nothing close shows up, you may then click on the "Create an entry!" link under the search suggestions.
You should cheer when you find an opinion well-written, funny, of good intent or straight up awesome.
You should jeer when a piece of content is spammy, purposely hateful or does not contribute anything to the community.
We discourage jeering an opinion simply because you disagree with it. After all, everyone’s opinions are welcome on Panjury.
Reputation is a measurement of your trustworthiness as a juror. The higher your reputation is, the more verdict power you will have. Verdict power determines how influential your verdicts will be toward the subject score algothrim. Receiving cheers, posting a verdict and sharing your verdict to social media is the fastest way to gain reputation. However, do keep in mind that receiving jeers will result in a loss of reputation.
Simply go to your profile and click on the “Edit Verdict” next to the verdict that you want to edit.
Yes! In the upper-left corner of the page, you should be able to find the language selection. Click it and you'll get a popup where you can change to another language.
No, currently you are able to edit your user name by simply going to your “account” page (https://www.panjury.com/user/account) and editing your “displayed name”. This will only result in your display name change, your profile url will stay the same.
In light of the protections afforded to online hosts of third party content, such as Panjury, we rarely remove such material, but we reserve the right to do so for legal or other reasons.
Please note that Panjury does not remove posts for containing insults or negative commentary, but leaves such decisions to the moderators of particular communities. Those moderators are not employees of or retained by Panjury‚ they are the persons who initiated the particular community and their appointees. While posts that contain such content can be distasteful, Panjury is not in a position to arbitrate disputes. Posts should be consistent with the rules of the community to which they are posted.
The best way to deal with incorrect information on the Internet is to post the correct information next to it. The Panjury community is usually very supportive of such a response, and will likely vote to give the correction greater prominence than the original post. We love a good counterpoint.
NO. Panjury is a pretty open and free speech place, but it is not ok to post someone's personal information, or post links to personal information. This includes links to public Facebook pages and screenshots of Facebook pages with the names still legible. We all get outraged by the ignorant things people say and do online, but witch hunts and vigilantism hurt innocent people and certain individual information, including personal info found online is often false.
Posting professional links to contact a congressman or the CEO of some company is probably fine, but don't post anything inviting harassment, don't harass, and don't cheer on or vote up obvious vigilantism.
Yes. Panjury does not discriminate among candidates or differing political viewpoints in any way, nor does it discriminate between political and non-political topics. Panjury's terms of service require all users not to violate any law, statute or regulation in the course of their use. Panjury provides its basic service to all users without charge and its provision of basic services for free is not a contribution to any candidate, political committee, or political party committee. Panjury does not control links to political sites, does not endorse them, and is not responsible for any aspects of those sites.
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