Corporate crime and punishment
OK, so much for rights. But what about a corporation's legal liabilities?
For example: An individual guilty of fraud might be sent to jail for (say) three years. He would lose his job, his income, and his assets could be seized if they are deemed the proceeds of crime.
But what about corporate fraud? The size of the fraud could be thousands or millions of times bigger, yet the corporation does not go to jail for three years, it does not lose it's "job", it does not lose its income, and the profits pocketed by the shareholders cannot be seized. At best, some fall guy cops a token penalty which is a joke when compared to the size and severity of the corporate crime, and the guys at the top usually pretend they were unaware.
You get the drift?
OK, so if that's the problem, how would YOU fix it?