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.



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  • Adjournment: Members of Parliament: Conduct (30 Nov 2021)
    22 January 2022
    Concetta Fierravanti-Wells:...anti-corruption and pro-integrity framework shows us the path towards a fairer and healthier democracy. Coming as I do from New South Wales, I have observed, over the years, the New South Wales ICAC claim political scalps. Political hit jobs saw innocent people tried in the court of public opinion. However, those examples are outweighed by the investigations that led to criminal...
  • Questions without Notice: Commonwealth Integrity Commission (30 Nov 2021)
    22 January 2022
    Anthony Albanese: I have supported all of the processes, including the ICAC processes. It is entirely-
  • Business: Consideration of Legislation (30 Nov 2021)
    22 January 2022
    Jacqui Lambie: The Jacqui Lambie Network will be supporting this and will continue to support an ICAC that's got some teeth. I want to tell you what the reality is-through the chair-Senator Stoker. The reality is this: the Australian people right now believe that we're politically corrupt up here-we don't have to answer to them, we don't have to show documents and we don't have to hold...

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