These are (long) solved problems. The default trials are anonymous so you get a few complete strangers. The results are not public and not searchable. Only the actual participants in the trials can distribute the link to the trial summary, with ALL of the verdicts: the proposed one from the plaintiff, and all the jurors including the 'judge' (last verdict that saw all the other ones).
You are right about "when confronted"
You are wrong when dialogue is enforced and moderated against answering specific questions (verdicts), then people will not take offense. Everybody has fun hearing the answers they get to the eight questions in the Internet Court of Lies.
Being "ordered" to believe something, or otherwise not having a private way to explore the truth with others is a recipe for more trouble -- as proven by "comments" in Social Media.
Somebody needs to understand the science says this, and says it very clearly. And anybody can understand the science.