What does your comment have to do with BlueSeed? Apple is based in the U.S. (Cupertino, CA) and is no longer a tiny start-up company. Sure, they have smart accountants and attorneys who have figured out ways to minimize their tax burden, but that doesn't mean the BlueSeed startups will have these kind of resources or will do the same thing.
You are somewhat confused about the 200 mile economic enterprise zone. This simply allows the United States Government to regulate the utilization of natural resources (offshore oil drilling, fishing, etc.) within that zone. These are still international waters, but the U.S. has juridiction over some of the commercial activity conducted within that area. Since BlueSeed will not be drilling for oil or doing any commercial fishing, they are not impacted by the EEZ regulations at all.
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