To submit a policy idea, you must first register or login. PoliticalSheepdog.com will only support your legislative idea, if you complete the full registration. If you complete the trial registration, but fail to complete the full registration form before the end of the trial registration period, another person, who has completed the full registration, can promote it for you as a referring innovator and receive 50% of the income from it.
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PoliticalSheepdog.com has its own intellectual property system designed for public policy, which we can control through our patent. The patent will last until 2025. Since intellectual property should promote new ideas, PoliticalSheepdog.com cannot provide intellectual property from previously published ideas created throughout history. PoliticalSheepdog.com must have a starting date for the intellectual property for legislative ideas. That date is March 20th, 2017, because that is the first date that we opened the primary election auction. If you published an article for the public or copyrighted an article prior to March 20, 2017, which explained your legislative idea, you accepted whatever your received for your publication as fair. As a result, you cannot act as the initial innovator of a new policy for PoliticalSheepdog.com, but you could act as a referring innovator.
PoliticalSheepdog.com has two types of intellectual property to ensure rapid adoption of consumer protecting policies. One type of intellectual property is for new ideas, which is like a patent. It is for initial policy innovators, who create original work or original variations. We believe that these innovators should receive 50% of the savings for consumers for their lead over the next potential policy innovator, who might have discover it. Never-the-less, since innovation can have infinite benefits, governments should favor innovators and grant a minimum of 5 years of savings for consumers to the initial innovator for any policy, which provides long term savings to consumers.
Once the period of monopoly ends, PoliticalSheepdog.com has a market where the initial innovator and potential innovators, who published to show that they might have realized the policy concept, compete for a share of the benefits.
The other type of intellectual property is for referring innovators, who know of a policy and refer it to PolicalSheepdog.com. The compensation for a referring innovator acts like a reverse Dutch auction. In a Dutch auction, the auctioneer bids down and the first person to accept the bid becomes the winner. In a reverse Dutch auction, the auctioneer bids up and the first person to take the bid is the winner. Since we do not know who knows of a policy idea, the first person to refer a consumer saving innovation to PoliticalSheepdog.com become the referring innovator. That person should receive 50% of the saving to consumers from the date that the policy innovation became known to the public or to specialists until the date of referral to PoliticalSheepdog.com. For example, if a legislator puts a bill in the docket in one state, the date that a bill was in the docket becomes the starting date for compensation for policies referred to all of the other states. The date of referral to PoliticalSheepdog.com for a state, becomes the final date. Since the first person to make the referral, if the initial innovator has not applied for a copyright or has not referred it to PoliticalSheepdog.com, is the winner, this approach acts like a reverse Dutch auction.
In another example, if someone made a scientific discovery that has obvious public policy and consumer protecting implications, the date of publication of the paper or the date of a speech in a scientific meeting would be a starting date and the date of referral to PoliticalSheepdog.combecomes the ending date. While you may be an initial innovator, if you published before March 20, 2017, you may not become an initial, but you may compete as a referring innovator.