CCL Version .93 Has Been Released

Many big changes came this way as we head towards version 1.0!

  1. There is now a new section under property rights for Maritime Law and Seasteading! This will be particularly important for the ongoing progress of the Seasteading project.
  2. Clarified access and permissions of user accounts etc. for CCL-Ready Distributed Ledgers. Moved that material out of a footnote into the main text.
  3. Corrected a few typos.
  4. Revised Decentralization Equity Rule. It originally required a third ownership by “clients,” but this party is ambiguous and may not be relevant to all businesses, at least those without regular membership. Instead, it simply requires Enforcers (private police) and Adjudicators (private courts) to be majority-owned by employees (function cooperatively).
  5. Added a final appendix and sources used.
  6. Clarified emendations to CCL and specified that Enforcers and Adjudicators may only enforce one version of CCL Core at a time (for obvious reasons), but as many modules as they wish.

Sample image from CCL’s Seasteading laws:

CCL Version .91 Has Been Released

A handful of important updates:

  1. Clarified the important modification to Enforcer and Adjudicator ownership by establishing the “Equity Decentralization Rule,” which states that corporate Enforcer and corporate Adjudicator entities must be at least 1/3 co-owned by membership clients and at least 1/3 co-owned by the entity’s own employees. This ensures the independence and power decentralization necessary for functionality (i.e., justice obviously won’t occur if a single person or business can own all the court and enforcer systems; recall the scene from Back to the Future II, where Biff says “Kid, I own the police.” )
  2. Adjusted membership table accordingly.
  3. Defined “bribery” and “kickbacks,” the latter of which only applies to immediate interactions with Adjudicators and Enforcers.
  4. Finally added numbers to table of contents, and started Index of Legal Terms.