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The first of Future Agenda’s ‘World in 2030’ foresights addresses the emerging shift in how multinational digital companies may be taxed in the future so that they make a more balanced contribution to society. In a world increasingly aware of the asymmetric power and influence of organisations that don’t comply to norms and regulations created in the 19th and 20th centuries, it explores three different avenues that could have global impact: the adoption of digital revenue taxes such as those being introduced in Europe; a more sophisticated ‘wealth’ tax on the value of the data an organisation owns, manages, stores or uses; and the idea of a data dividend where all citizens receive a payment for the use of their data as part of a company’s social licence to operate.
Each are being proposed and gaining support with multiple governments globally - and so should be on the radar of any data-rich organisation.
Drawn from multiple expert discussions around the world, this foresight is one of 50 looking at the key issues for the next decade that are being shared throughout 2020.
For more details see https://www.futureagenda.org/the-world-in-2030/