Technology Tipping Point

Is There a Tipping Point for Technology Driven organisations (or any organisation) to become open source / nationalised, 50% taxable and 50% re-investment into the business.

Multi-billion dollar businesses that now influence politics should be neutralised from such influence.  This is also another topic of transparency, but could also be addressed by structure.

By creating a tipping point, where the people who have built the businesses are appropriately rewarded, but not eligible for demi-god status.

Making the technology open source will allow smaller business to build businesses through creativity and adaptability.  Spreading the knowledge and the wealth.

The tax threshold should be raised so that the rewards flow back to the broader population not just a handful of the mega rich.

Don't get me wrong, the mega rich will still be mega.  But do you really need a trillion dollars or is a few billion enough to scrape by on.



25 September 2021

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25 September 2021

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25 September 2021

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    25 September 2021
    Rex Patrick:...commission, but he has made time to try and nail down the shutters on the government's decision-making. I repeat: he's found time to shut down transparency; he hasn't bothered at all to introduce an ICAC bill. The PM hates scrutiny. He is allergic to transparency. If the national cabinet amendments in this bill are passed through the parliament, responsible cabinet government will be...
  • Statements by Senators: National Anti-Corruption Commission (2 Sep 2021)
    25 September 2021
    Larissa Waters:...ones we know about, and they don't even include the work-based harassment scandals. If this is the highest level of integrity Australians can expect from cabinet ministers, the case for a national ICAC could not be clearer. It's no wonder the Prime Minister doesn't want one: a strong, independent integrity commission would leave half the cabinet table empty.
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    25 September 2021
    Tony Zappia:...of vulnerable people both by the federal and state government agencies that should have been alerted following: firstly, the Oakden affair, and the chief psychiatrist report into that and the ICAC report into Oakden; the events that precipitated the aged-care royal commission and the disability royal commission; and the countless aged-care reports which painted a clear picture of the risks...

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