Interesting idea, but wouldn't that just push the massive taxation to the states?
As I will be, because I can't be perfect enough for hiring managers...
Maybe then I could get another job.
This statement deserves its five-score.
Be that as it may, most people want to do their own choosing what to trade - with many forms of pollution, that decision is made by other people, with the victim allowed no input.
So, they can shut off your camera before they beat you half to death?
Your argument boils down to "No they can't, corruption!" Lawyers can work probono, public defenders do this. Not to mention that never before has it been easier to document things and distribute them to a world wide audience. Sounds like a conflict of interest and there are mechanisms to deal with that as well.
There's not going to be nearly enough pro-bono lawyers to cover the massive amount of abuses there will be - and the abusers know it.
Um, yeah, I work in an industry that doesn't have a union, software never has, and we're not subject to beatings.
Only because the blacklist is as effective, but harder to photograph.