Your false supposition and implied correlations in this question expose some severe depravity of reason, stemming from confounding consequence and cause. Very common in the hallways of populism today, so let me clear the air.
- First, the majority of the world’s wealth is not controlled by internet moguls. But indeed, the inflation of their valuations spawned by the public as the innocent greater-fools is giving them a significant presence on the leader-board of the rat-race of wealth.
- Second, the equitable distribution of wealth ought to be based on evolutionary merit to all of humanity. Not quite the same as the kind of wealth assigned to those who sell newly minted, yet fabricated monisms of digital economics incompatible with a world in dire need, expecting and deserving of relativity.
- Third, we will never know if the world’s resources are deserving of equitable wealth distribution if we do not deploy relativity of freedom by which a broad and dynamic gamut of evolutionary merit is explored and remunerated. Quite a different exploration than from our stale and inflexible systems of collusion and oligarchy today.
I love the power of technology and worked my whole life in the business of technology innovation, but much of the way technology is deployed now is a complete and utter ruse, an opaque abuse of power causing enslavement and dumbing-down of humanity. And worse, lulls its innocent participants into a pretense of freedom:
“None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free” — Goethe
So, to answer your question and regardless of the role of moguls, digital economics must mimic and subjugate to (our best understanding of) the evolutionary rules of nature, rules driven by some very identifiable principles of relativity that already encircle our world.
Principles that highlight, emphasize and reward the strength of our differences over the stifling curfew of our commonalities. Perpetuated by a dynamic operating-system for humanity designed to consistently explore the very essence and evolutionary merit of why and how we are all so crucially different.