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I confess. I was an #IBOR resister. It didn't make sense to me since free speech is already guaranteed in our constitution.

But, thinking logically, the one thing that would scare the data-mining cabal the most is an articulated right to privacy when using the internet.

No more data mining for ads. No more algorithms screwing up how we communicate with others on Facebook. No more capturing my favorite soda to sell to a competitor who might want to make me buy something else.

Also, and really important to me, is the right to be forgotten. It's already been adjudicated in Britain. Here's a bit of the detail:

https://www.theguardian. com/technology/2013/apr/04/britain-opt-out-right-to-be-forgotten-law

We should have a right to disappear.

So if this continues to be a thing, think of it way beyond being censored for free speech. Think of it in terms of privacy, too. No more selling personal information. No more dedicated IPs to track your every move. No more email apps that pre-select your possible replies, because no more email being mined.

Mail could be configured with the same privacy rights as US mail, for example.

Last I'll post on this one. But if it goes forward, please consider expanding the scope.

Also keep in mind that there's more than the WH petition site to make your ideas known. Most of us have senators and congressmen to represent us in Washington, D.C. Maybe talk to a real person?
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Free speech does not apply in a private co setting.
The risk?
Loss of revenue.
Backstopped by the circus.
Learn.
Social media control is everything.
The age of the MSM is over.
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