World Wide Web Bill of Rights
The following articles will be guidelines to ensure this confidence.
Article I: Privacy
Section I: A user will be notified is any personal information is shared or a picture of the user is posted on the World Wide Web. We will use face and name recognition software to identify the person and notify them of the posting.
Section II: All personal accounts and profiles will be backed up to keep information from being lost. When an account is logged into, the owner will be notified in order to protect the users personal account from being hacked.
Article II: Censorship
Section I: There will be less government control on personal works and creations.
Section II: All works and creations will be electronically tagged with the copyright information for the person who created it so that wherever the work or creation goes, the credit will be given to the true creator.
Article III: Democracy
Section I: All users will have the ability to communicate across different social media platforms. They will not be limited to local or domestic social media platforms.
Section II: All users will be able to send text messages from a social media website to a wireless device in order to ensure the ability to choose to communicate with whomever they please.
Article IV: Freedom
Section I: Users will be free to speak their minds and voice their opinions as long as they are not directly threatening or endangering to another user of the World Wide Web.
Section II: All users' personal intellectual property will be protected and defended as their right to freedom of speech. Own postings can not be used against you.
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