A handful of important updates:
- 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.” )
- Adjusted membership table accordingly.
- Defined “bribery” and “kickbacks,” the latter of which only applies to immediate interactions with Adjudicators and Enforcers.
- Finally added numbers to table of contents, and started Index of Legal Terms.