A Discord group has been founded to foster participation from the American people in writing documents to become a part of America’s freedom documents: an Internet Bill of Rights.
You can participate by joining:
Here are a few tweets to familiarize yourself with the concept – and some of the disagreements the concept has fostered (an essential aspect of any honest democratic process):
The problem with the “make them utilities” ‘solution’ is that it grows government and decreases free enterprise, crippling innovation.
Far better to establish their claims to benefitting public discourse are FALSE *unless* they abide by IBOR standards (now under construction). https://t.co/mkhEIg679u
— Blaise Pascal 🖖 🐸 (@donaldpirl) March 8, 2018
2. An anon asks if Q ever mentioned internet bill of rights. The answer is YES (on 25 Jan). Q tells us to re-read drops and posted a link to an AT&T article from 24 Jan: https://t.co/lkQyzFhq75
Q warns us about "Patriots" who challenge this. pic.twitter.com/dQTWE9E4fl
— Lisa Mei Crowley (@LisaMei62) March 4, 2018