The new language that prohibits employees of member companies running for election or voting in their own right covers one important case but it does nothing to guard against the case where a company does not join the JCP in its own right, but instead encourages many of its members to join as individuals.
Suggested change: state that no more than five members of a company be permitted to join as individuals. (The PMO would have to police this, but they do have the means to do so through the Exhibit B's.)
We might want to similarly prohibit employees of non-profits, for example, Apache or Eclipse. (We should not impose similar prohibitions on JUG members.)
The distinction seems to be whether the "employee" (or, in the new broader terminology Member Representative is "empowered to act in the name of or on behalf of the organization.") If we can come up with a suitable definition here it might also address the point raised in email discussion that "employee" doesn't cover the case where someone is working for a company as a contractor.