Allow Users To Have Tech Companies That Support Setup
Eternity has passed, in 2016 and 2017, one of us helped prepare shareholders campaign on Twitter, asking for a platform to explore ways to engage users company owners. Twitter was an exciting ad from Disney and Salesforce. For those of us who are in the conference, it seems absurd that the most important personal and political platform, attracting the hate-loving commitment from its users, was simply a matter of buying and selling. Printing presses covered Our meeting but many said it was a distraction. We gave our opinion at the annual Twitter meeting, and we only won a small percentage of the shareholders.
Soon, in 2018, Uber and Airbnb wrote letters to the Securities and Exchange Commission which gives an idea similar to what we requested on Twitter: permission to give the company money to its users — their drivers and their holders, respectively. Regardless of whether they (or should) be considered by law as employees, contractors, or customers, these are the people on whom the platforms depend, and they, in turn, depend on those platforms. In other words, what seemed impossible in 2017 was now a way to connect to the biggest platforms. Without much excitement, user ownership simply came in quietly as a factory.
Airbnb letter He clearly stated: “The potential that can be achieved between financial institutions and their partners can benefit all.” Platforms can be very reliable from users who may come in silence. Financial rewards, meanwhile, can cut users off from the benefits of owning a company, which is usually reserved for elite employees or people who already have a lot of wealth.
We don’t like to trust these companies, which have had an unhealthy relationship with people. But it is true that the most common ownership of the platform can change the game. Mu Its fulfillment, Alec MacGillis’ new book on how Amazon has transformed America, quotes former US Secretary of State Robert Reich as saying that if Amazon were a quarter of the workforce, like Sears in the past, a warehouse seller by 2020 would have more than $ 400,000 available.
Fundraising also includes the right to regulate corporate processes. For example, in the media, users can ask for limits on the use of their information, improve what appears in their feeds, and voice in decision-making. Think of the Oversight Board of Facebook, but it’s a member-selected and user-friendly and influential force.
The SEC did not immediately issue an authorization from Airbnb and Uber to make payments to users, so each company goes into operation. Uber gives cash for loyal drivers, who have the opportunity to purchase goods in the 2019 public offering. Airbnb, whose retaliation for the plague hurts many tourists, he announced two types of ownership before going public in 2020: corporate “gifts” paid to roommates by a guest advisory committee to inform corporate decisions. Apparently the companies were tough. And the SEC seems to be coming; late last year, the committee he wants to allowing gig companies to pay up to 15% of compensation equally.
As the behemoth towers have been using their own methods of sharing justice, we have been learning and supporting a similar group: New early waves trying to incorporate ownership into their plans from the very beginning. Some of them are “service providers” such as the new traffic industry in New York City, Alliance Drivers, and Kinfolk, co-op consumers who own black-owned products. Instead of going back to the surprise where companies looking for a “unicorn” promise to investors, “zebra”Leaders prioritize the benefits of oppressed communities. Others, such as gig platform-software Gitcoin, is using blockchain technology to share ownership through cryptographic tokens instead of archeology.
Professional marketers expect developers to be able to do one of two ways to “get out,” IPO or acquisition. What if platform companies could instead work to “go out in public”? What if sharing them with those long-term users expect? Instead of being a mess of GameStop Games, it can promote honesty, accountability, and the sharing of wealth.
Mu new story yes Review of Georgetown Law Technology, we have described several ways in which “go out of the city”It can work. These approaches are based on long-term models, ranging from electronic co-ops that control American rural areas to the Employee Stock Ownership Plan that holds an estimated 14 million U.S. citizens today. We are also exploring new possibilities released by social media and blockchain technology.
Few pioneers are already doing this. A few years ago, Colorado’s rural website Hacker Noon launched an “equity crowdfunding” campaign (which Nathan participated) from Medium.com and built its own platform through sales from users. Groupmuse, the home-based concert platform, has been staffed and it’s moving again to the ownership of the singers.