Peter is absolutely right of course, but, and there’s two massive buts:
the horse has already bolted (regulation, to have any affect on the situation, would have had to have been put into place at least a decade ago & would have to have been international)
no government is going to ‘be seen’ to be stifling commercial/business/market activity, they’re all too busy ‘worshiping at the feet of market capitalism’ and promoting that outlook to their electorates.
They are two show-stopping ‘buts’.. So whilst this might seem like a nice idea, it probably doesn’t pass the ‘reality test’..
Buggered if I know 😛