Thursday, January 03, 2013

On top of abolishing a corporate right to speech, why not abolish their "right to privacy"?

Because this too is something that's imputed to corporations. The Right to Privacy isn't specifically spelled out in the Bill of Rights, but is something that people see as naturally following from the rights that are outlined. Since corporations are not only legal fictions but are actually composed of the accumulated work of society, shouldn't the members of society be able to examine what the corporation is doing internally? If Boeing, or Microsoft, or Ford, or GM employ so many people, and are so much a part of their local economies, surely the public in the areas where they dominate have a right to know what goes on inside the locked doors of these entities.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

you winnnn
nationale socialist and kommunist and peapel like you winnn so let ossss sink this ship