In China, a social credit system is being used by the government to modify behavior. Criticize the government, make a late payment, smoke or play loud music and you could be denied access to travel, credit, high ranking jobs even public transport.
The united states has a more segmented but parallel system with private companies using various platforms to include or exclude people from various services. Uber, Lyft, Air BnB, even social platforms can ban you or restrict you when you sign away those rights in the end user agreements.
I've loaded our two segments (back to back) below with KFBK legal analyst and former federal prosecutor Bill Portanova, who weighs in on why China's system won't work and why due process would keep government backed systems from being implemented in the US (although privatized social credit exists in silos).