Internet Citizen Bill of Rights
An enumeration of natural rights empowering all individuals reflected by the technological realities of the Internet.
Freedom to Create
Freedom of personal autonomy to conceive, design, and produce anything.
Freedom to Network
Freedom to any communication or refusal of communication with all willing individuals and systems.
Freedom of Memory
Freedom to store, copy, and own all observations.
Freedom to Share
Freedom to distribute any possessed data including copies and alterations.
Freedom of Control
Freedom to use owned computerware for any non-violent purpose.
Freedom to Alter
Freedom to modify owned computerware for any non-violent purpose.
Freedom of Property
Freedom to have owned computerware free from any artificial encumbrance.
Freedom of Awareness
Freedom to fully understand owned computerware architecture and function.
Freedom of Security
Freedom to protect against any undesirable externalities or functions.
Freedom of Privacy
Freedom to be secure from all undesired observations in private places.