If someone offends you behind closed doors, breaks the law civilly/criminally, or exhibits unflattering behavior that shocks the mind, what good could come from publicizing it?
Example: A telephone customer service operator is recorded cursing, yelling, attempting to intimidate, and lying to a customer.
A restaurant worker displayed bad customer service, profiling of customers, and preferential treatment. Those behaviors are then detailed in a privately owned website about the establishment, and additionally on review sites like "Yelp".
A former employee of a company expresses terrible times had during previous employment. They express their thoughts/experiences publicly on a privately owned website and on review sites. They never had to abide by a confidentiality/non-disclosure agreement, and are fully allowed to express themselves.
What good comes from publicly detailing acts mentioned, if any?