Internet Bill of Rights

Many of us are struggling with one of the most insidious issues of our time - internet censorship. Millions of people from across the ideological spectrum have been purged from the public square on the flimsiest of pretexts. We cannot allow the Big Tech Corporations to silence our voices and shut off our access to the market any longer. We need to level the playing field. We need to classify social media giants as: PUBLIC UTILITIES. Public utilities are companies that are allowed to operate at monopoly scale because they offer essential services that you can’t live in modern society without. The power company can’t shut off your electricity because they don’t like your politics. The phone company can’t shut off your phone because they don’t like your politics so the big tech monopolies should not be allowed to cancel you just because they don’t like your politics.

We need an Internet Bill of Rights to prevent the destruction of democracy and the extinction of free will.

Censorship is happening everywhere:

Big Tech is now:

The Great Data Clawback

Surveillance capitalism is out of control. Every phone call we make, and every message we send, is recorded and mined for advertising data to sell. Smartphone apps track our GPS location everywhere we go and sell it. And it's not just Big Tech doing shady things with our data. Banks and insurance companies are selling our financial data. Hospitals & Doctors are selling our medical data. DNA testing companies are selling our DNA data. News outlets, Airlines, Credit Bureaus, and governments, too. Nearly every single moment of our lives is monitored, tracked and sold for profit.

World's Most Valuable Resource

Data has become the world's most valuable resource. The tech monopolies are worth trillions of dollars largely because of the data they possess. Data is the fuel that powers artificial intelligence and machine learning. Neither of those revolutionary technologies work without mountains of data. As A.I. and automation engulf larger and larger portions of our economy, the value of our data is expected to increase exponentially.

Own the Data We Generate

We should own the rights to the data we generate. We should have the right to revoke unauthorized access to our data. We should have sole control over our medical records. We should be able to take a consumer DNA test without fear that our data is going to be sequenced in China and sold to Big Pharma. We should be able to have an offline conversation without our devices listening to us and selling our keywords.

Earn Royalties off the Data We Generate

If Big Tech wants to make trillions selling our data, they need to pay us our cut. Royalty payments will give everyone the opportunity to earn a passive residual income on the data they generate. Over the next decade, automation and A.I. are going to eliminate millions of jobs, which will put tremendous strain on public finances. Creating a universal passive income will allow obsolete human workers to survive this major transition.

Video Game Analogy

NCAA uses athletes' appearance/stats (i.e. their "likeness") to create a popular video game that earns huge profits. Up until recently, players were not paid a single penny, even though it was THEIR DATA that allowed the NCAA to create the video game in the first place. That wasn't fair. So the NCAA was finally forced to pay athletes royalties on the data they generate. Trillion-dollar tech monopolies should be forced to as well.

Overheard at WEF

"We now have the ability to hack human beings"

Watch the Yuval Noah Harari - Klaus Schwab's right hand man at the World Economic Forum talking about how World Leaders are going to be able to hack our minds and bodies and read & write our thoughts, as well as edit our DNA. Implant us with microscopic robots that can connect us all to a centralized world authority, and be used to monitor every single thing we say, do, or think. We are dangerously close to losing our freedom forever. We must move quickly to regulate these powerful emerging technologies.

Regulate Emerging Technologies

Profound advancements in science and technology are about to dramatically reshape our world. If wielded responsibly, these technologies have the power to elevate humanity into a new plane of existence. If not wielded responsibly, they will most certainly plunge us into a dystopian nightmare.

Sounds crazy! Right?

But it's not! It's real, and it's here.

Watch the CEO of Pfizer at the World Economic Forum (this year) talking about how World Leaders want to put "ingestible nanobots" [tiny robots] into our bodies to make sure they can "monitor our compliance" with their vaccine mandates. We must immediately move to regulate these powerful emerging technologies.