I though the idea was to put this organization in the most neutral possible forum,
for instance Switzerland or better yet a third world country where even its small
spending meant it has the pull to not be bothered with a few thousand years of consistent
human error in concocting what is alarmingly referred to as a legal 'system'.
or later it may be apparent the bagagge of that great state will require a redrafting
elsewhere. California is *not* the place to try to make a scalable Alternate Despute
Resolution system work.
California "Safe Harbor laws"?, better "no Harbor". Its
a nice try.
Its just amazingly revolting all these things like International air
travel (especially safety), polution abatement, and now Internet can't escape the
horror of jurisdiction based on what plot of land on which you stand.
there's really the heavy duty dead end, (getting some blessing from the U.N.)
maybe California isn't that bad, after all.
So, what's the work around? Buy a judge?
It's probably not that easy. Probably will have a buy a few.
Actually we all know
the only right way is to prove to the Internet community; (which is effectively going
to be the people of earth minus there goverments) that non-territorial organizations
in electronic form represent their interests and then the regular system will be
sneered out of existance.
1) Be cheap.
2) Be fair.
3) Be fast.
Don't conceal things.
5) Explain, Explain, Explain, and then, Explain what your
doing and why.
6) Use volunteers when possible, there can be ethical problems
with this, but then where there are people, there are problems.
7) Try to design
insitutational arrangements that avoid people in conflict in the first place.
too easy to do sustainably!