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LamarkNewAge
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Message 14 of 58 (884486)
02-21-2021 9:36 PM


Why not ban pop up blockers?
That would make more sense.

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LamarkNewAge
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Message 23 of 58 (884520)
02-22-2021 9:53 PM


We need a worldwide "First Amendment" in a truly universal fundamental unrevokable co
The first right for every human is to have the right to live in a world where the government must preserve all information and make sure that every view and fact for every event is investigated and made public. The government must be responsible for funding research and making the work public. Every document ever produced must be made public and accessible - both in public and electronically. The government must be able to guarantee every serious, non fiction, work already existing ANd POTENTIAL be financed to the extent that the work is never lost.

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The right to every human is that the government protects the public's right to have complete access to information in a way that is not limited by time and place. The right to have information that is never forgotten or deleted. Every printed work is public domain, with the individual having the right to be properly compensated for the enabling of future research and providing of information.

The right of society to be protected from a government that deletes information or refuses to record electronic communication. The recording of all information shall always take place. Conversations shall be made public no later than 20 years after the event, and made accessible in electronic media that is the most readily available for the general public for all future research.

The public has the right to hear all views, uncensored, and the government has the right to provide a platform that is readily accessible.

The public has the right to read and listen to all information and views, and to promote any view that any individual sees fit, so long as the promoted view does not advocate the unconstitutional crime of censorship, deletion, and the view to criminalise free speech . The public has the right to advocate for commentary and annotation, promoting any view, so long as the notations and opinions are not advocating deletion, censorship or criminalizing speech.

The public has the right to live in a society where the ability, of an individual or organization,to pay for information is not a barrier to the reading or researching of the information, and the government must ensure the public right is implemented via the laws governing funding to ensure the universal free speech unalienable right.

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