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12th Jun '17 9:05:02 AM TheRedRedKroovy
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* The Reedy Creek Improvement District, the site of [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Walt Disney World]], is the closest thing to this trope that exists in the United States. The power of the state of UsefulNotes/{{Florida}} amounts to the collection of property taxes and little else; the head of Florida's Bureau of Fair Rides Inspection admitted that he lacked the authority to even [[http://www.thedailybeast.com/how-the-cia-helped-disney-conquer-florida enforce ride safety laws]]. Beyond that, the two towns Creator/{{Disney}} created to serve as the municipal government for the resort, Bay Lake and Lake Buena Vista, exist mainly to provide municipal bonds and friendly regulations, their combined population of about sixty hand-picked residents comprised entirely of Disney employees.
2nd Jun '17 2:13:20 AM PaulA
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** In the novel ''Podkayne of Mars'', the Venus Corporation controlled the entire planet Venus (and ran it like Las Vegas InSpace).

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** In the novel ''Podkayne of Mars'', ''Literature/PodkayneOfMars'', the Venus Corporation controlled the entire planet Venus (and ran it like Las Vegas InSpace).
3rd Mar '17 6:42:09 PM zarpaulus
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* The Empire of the Star in the ''Literature/{{Eldraeverse}}'', having evolved from mergers of private law providers in a previous PrivatelyOwnedSociety. Also, not uncommon in the Associated Worlds at large - most interstellar colonies start out run by a colonial corporation, and many of them never get around to replacing it.

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* The Empire of the Star in the ''Literature/{{Eldraeverse}}'', having evolved from mergers of private law providers in a previous PrivatelyOwnedSociety. Becoming a citizen of the Empire requires buying a share in the Empire, though its' charter also prevents a citizen-shareholder from owning more than one share to prevent it from becoming a plutocratic oligarchy. Also, not uncommon in the Associated Worlds at large - most interstellar colonies start out run by a colonial corporation, and many of them never get around to replacing it.
3rd Mar '17 4:37:25 PM 20person
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'', one of the advanced government forms is the Mega Corp, with the description stating that your whole empire is organized as a corporation and run by a board of directors, with the leader having the title of CEO.
31st Jan '17 11:13:49 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/{{Incorporated}}'': By the 2060s, climate change and economic collapse have caused most governments ([[FallenStatesOfAmerica including the US]]) to all but collapse, leaving vast areas of their territory controlled by MegaCorp {{NGO Superpower}}s, who act as nations unto themselves.
4th Jan '17 4:42:32 AM TheLyniezian
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* In ''Film/{{Brazil}}'', Central Services functions both as (and like) a totalitarian government and a corporate monopoly. Due to its bureaucratic and grossly inefficient nature, some viewers don't get this aspect clearly.

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* In ''Film/{{Brazil}}'', Central Services functions both as (and like) a totalitarian government and a corporate monopoly. Due to its bureaucratic and grossly inefficient nature, some viewers don't get this aspect clearly.clearly, especially the MisaimedFandom amongst the American right-wing.
4th Jan '17 4:39:40 AM TheLyniezian
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* In ''Film/{{Brazil}}, Central Services functions both as (and like) a totalitarian government and a corporate monopoly. Due to its bureaucratic and grossly inefficient nature, some viewers don't get this aspect clearly.

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* In ''Film/{{Brazil}}, ''Film/{{Brazil}}'', Central Services functions both as (and like) a totalitarian government and a corporate monopoly. Due to its bureaucratic and grossly inefficient nature, some viewers don't get this aspect clearly.
4th Jan '17 4:39:12 AM TheLyniezian
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* In ''Film/{{Brazil}}, Central Services functions both as (and like) a totalitarian government and a corporate monopoly. Due to its bureaucratic and grossly inefficient nature, some viewers don't get this aspect clearly.
26th Dec '16 3:37:50 PM nombretomado
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* Turned [[UpToEleven]] in the [[DougAnthonyAllStars]] series "Daas Kapital" the Shitzu Tonka corporation runs the entire world. It provides "Another day of global peace where nothing much happens. No war, no inflation, no violence, no rainforest. That's a Shitsu Tonka day.". They are powerful enough to collect ALL the art in the world and store it on a submarine to be catalogued because "art is danagerous". [[spoiler: so dangerous they eventually nuke the sub]]

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* Turned [[UpToEleven]] This is turned UpToEleven in the [[DougAnthonyAllStars]] series "Daas Kapital" ''[[Music/DougAnthonyAllStars Daas Kapital]]'', where the Shitzu Tonka corporation runs the entire world. It provides Their motto is "Another day of global peace where nothing much happens. No war, no inflation, no violence, no rainforest. That's a Shitsu Tonka day.". They are powerful enough to collect ALL the art in the world and store it on a submarine to be catalogued because "art is danagerous". [[spoiler: so dangerous they eventually nuke the sub]] "
12th Dec '16 3:11:19 AM livemike
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* Turned [[UpToEleven]] in the [[DougAnthonyAllStars]] series "Daas Kapital" the Shitzu Tonka corporation runs the entire world. It provides "Another day of global peace where nothing much happens. No war, no inflation, no violence, no rainforest. That's a Shitsu Tonka day.". They are powerful enough to collect ALL the art in the world and store it on a submarine to be catalogued because "art is danagerous". [[spoiler: so dangerous they eventually nuke the sub]]
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