Most people today look at social platforms like any other private company, but what if we saw them as alternative jurisdictions with a new set of property rights?
Here’s a radical idea. What if your time and effort building a following on social media and serving that following with your content meant you had distinct property rights protecting it on social media platforms?
It’s wild in the context of today’s terms of service, but has significant legal precedent in the world of physical land, call it digital homesteading.
In this new type of deep-dive 20-minute episode we’re calling a “Breakdown Brainstorm,” Castle Island Ventures investor Nic Carter looks at:
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