‘Internet Bill Of Rights’ Explained

An article written by Lee Sonogan

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I believe a bill of rights online is necessary to future proof against non-stop texted negative feedback loops. Collective rights for individual protection against the cancel culture grasp trend and fairground rules developing all conversations. If the people want to interact on the net then they would need to accept the rights of the other as they would in the social contract in real life. Also instead of being powerless to the corporate elite, being the product for data collecting, encrypt and own your own stuff.

Privacy around mainstream servers and websites has already produced many positive feedback loops. But the public could become that way too. The rules would decentralise the most hyperpolarization which would relise the true natures of their echo chamber entitlement. Some might not think this is a big deal until it is and traumatically attacks you personally. All or nothing claims are a lame excuss when there is greater freedom of outcomes in solutions like this.

Engaging in self-conflicting logic and then precisional emotion atrophy is a circular way of thinking, without that everything from the outside turns your immunity into your greatest weakness. It would be a type of VPN every YouTuber is selling but systems for the majority that do not need to be paid for. Pretty much an internet bill of rights is the gift of transparency and true equality to all who do not hold hate in their heart.

“Civil Wars happen when the victimized are armed. Genocide happens when they are not.” ― A.E. Samaan



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