I very much agree with this, as it is another way of talking about User Ownership.
But the idea The law would accord rights to such groups to allow them to own assets and make binding decisions. need not refer to an external law constructed by a representative government. We (owning groups of users) can write our own law because any private owner can apply (add) restrictions to property they own.
I think the shape of the law need only insure any new User gains Ownership in a similar manner. That is the very goal of the GNU General Public Law as published by the Personal Sovereignty Foundation. --Ownut 06:25, 8 September 2007 (PDT)