No it is not. The score measures how much true a set of claims is and not how good an individual is. Scope of the score is to create a level playing field and facilitate objective decision-making based on pre-validated truths. A fundamental difference between TiiQu score and the Chinese social score is that TiiQu confines its score to trust in a professional context only, and is based on validated facts. Additionally, trust sources are weighted according their level of trustworthiness. While TiiQu score does not collect or consider any private behaviour, the Chinese social score analyses behaviour of an individual activity online and is influenced by the activity of the individual and of the individual's network.