<unlike-us> WhatIf - Volkswagen then FB?

gertml gertml at xs4all.nl
Tue Feb 13 10:43:51 CET 2018


There has been discussion in justice departments to
give some of the money of fines and settlements back
to the victims.

Could this also be applied to criminal business practices?
And on a scale as well, could damage to the entire Earth also
be handled at the international level instead of countries?

If we consider the precedent of Volkswagen (and other automakers),
that a large part of the settlements would go to the ISA?

Volkswagen agrees to a $14.7 billion settlement in the United States
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/business/volkswagen-diesel-emissions-timeline.html

Imagine what could be done with just a fraction of this..
And if that could work, maybe the upcoming FB fine as well?

German court rules Facebook use of personal data illegal
https://www.reuters.com/article/us-germany-facebook/german-court-rules-facebook-use-of-personal-data-illegal-idUSKBN1FW1FI?il=0

It is not about taking position at the backside of the problem,
because once justice has ruled, the problem should be prevented
by the law.

International Sustainability Agency
   Making the earth future proof

Just a thought.

--G



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