Justice for Internet

Our enemy is the current transnational justice system.
It is slow, expensive, complex, closed, uninteroperable and centralized.
It is unfair for most of us and obsolete for the Internet.

At Negonation, we want to create a better alternative.
A fast, cheap, simple, open, interoperable and decentralized system.
A system that is fair for most of us and for the Internet nation.

By David Blanco
Saved in: Announcements, Justice | 3 comments » | 27 May 2006

3 comments in “Justice for Internet”

[...] Something similar happened at Yahoo!: the original idea was more or less to help people locate sites on an increasingly larger web by developing a catalog. Pursuing that ideal made Yahoo! what it is today: a very profitable company which, in fact, has a very small catalog left. The same can be said of eBay, Skype and even Napster: the initial idea was to solve a problem, meet a need, create a platform, etc. When business came, if it did, it came afterwards. They are companies that created developments which benefited many other people and companies in their activities, businesses and pleasure – veritable creators of ecosystems generated around an ideal. Give me a starting point, an idea and an adequate development and, with the right combination of factors, the result is the development, as an unpredictable fractal architecture, of an entire superstructure of delicate interrelations, crystals and lines of varied forms and structures, i.e. an ecosystem around an ideal. I’m not going to be as mad or as presumptuous as to compare Tractis with eBay, Google, Yahoo!, Skype or Napster, whether in terms of the type of project, the nature of the ideal and, especially, in terms of its dimension. From what I can see here, what has led me to collaborate enthusiastically is that same essence, the aroma of a project focused on ideals, but with the capacity to execute that you recognize in the people with whom you have often spoken. All you have to do is read this blog’s first post to see that this project is superb. Can a platform that generates value to many other people and businesses also be a good deal, like a fractal organized around its original crystal? If so, all the better, wonderful. Citing the ineffable Mike Wazowski, of Monsters, Inc., “apart from achieving it, we will have laughed a lot”. [...]

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[...] In Europe, a talented band of rebels — Negonation — are developing Tractis, an alternative platform – technical and legal – for negotiating, writing, executing, and litigating contracts for transnational transactions. ( David Blanco is CEO; Manolo Santo developer; and Diego Lafuente architect. Other members of the development team are Juanse Pérez, Juanjo Bazán and Juan Lupión.) Software licenses, rental agreements, warranties — or more complex contracts — are examples of the types of contracts they see Tractis handling. Justice for Internet [...]

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