huh? I looked at the link and read the above, and I still haven't got a clue what your on about... What is this and why would I care?
The answer to your question "What is this?" is provided at the referenced web site. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) corporation which sponsors a private development stage company that currently relies on volunteer labor to move its information technology to a stage where it can be presented to the market for continued development and testing. The software technology developed by the International Law Channel has received a registered software copyright from the U.S. Registrar of Copyrights, a provisional patent and a foreign filing license from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The Channel does not have venture funding nor does it wish to attract venture funding at its present stage of development because of excessive controls which typically accompany venture funds. Instead it relies on the entrepreneurship of talented professionals (foreign and domestic) who have a day job and who also wish to invest - not money - but part of their personal time in improving the information technology. If your time is valuable, then invest it. You don't need to risk money to invest with an expectation of a financial return on your investment.
The answer to the comment "a service that will find work for you" is erroneous. If you trade your labor for income or if you are looking for a job, you may wish to consider any one of several multinational corporations that are investing abroad. The Channel has recognized that intellectual property has value in so far as it can generate a flow of cash in perpetuity. Since laws, rules, and regulations are here forever, it has focused its development initiatives in that arena. Additionally, the Channel does not encourage individuals who are looking for a job to participate. Individual participation takes the form of an investment of time (part-time) in a program which includes information technologies, is global in terms of its market reach, essential for international trade and cooperation, and beneficial in so far as it provides economic development opportunities to individuals. Individuals who participate perceive their time as valuable. They can freely choose to participate or not and they can remove themselves from the program at any time of their choosing. Their labor portfolio begins to appear as diversified as their invested funds portfolio. This is commonly cited as one of the investment strategies that is employed to lower the risk of loss.
The answer to the question "Why would I care?" can only be answered by the questioner. If you care about innovative technology, global market reach, video game development, computational linguistics, wealth creation, knowledge representation and navigation, international trade and commerce, or any of the other categories of opportunities presented at the referenced web site, then you may answer your own question. Obviously the technology cannot be disclosed here. Those citizens and others, who conform their behaviors to the requirements of international law as provided in world trade agreements and U.S. laws can inquire about the technology using the referenced web sites.
In regard to the comment about "not conveying anything useful", perhaps these comments will embellish the original introduction. The referenced sites are useful in so far as additional information is available to those professionals who are interested in creating their futures by taking initiatives to invest in their futures - even without the money.
The category at this web site was "Voluntary". Whether this type of information is appropriate or not remains to be seen. The webmaster may choose not to post it since it does not describe the specific application under development by the Channel. It should be clear to those in the field of information technology as to why.