Question 5 – Digital Bill of Rights

1. Freedom- digital citizens have a right to a free, uncensored internet.

2. Openness- digital citizens have a right to an open, unobstructed internet.

3. Equality- all digital citizens are created equal on the internet.

4. Participation- digital citizens have a right to peaceably participate where and how they choose on the internet.

5. Creativity- digital citizens have a right to create, grow and collaborate on the internet, and be held accountable for what they create.

6. Sharing- digital citizens have a right to freely share their ideas, lawful discoveries and opinions on the internet.

7. Accessability- digital citizens have a right to access the internet equally, regardless of who they are or where they are.

8. Association- digital citizens have a right to freely associate on the internet.

9. Privacy- digital citizens have a tight to privacy on the internet.

10. Property- digital citizens have a right to benefit from what they create, and be secure in their intelectuall property on the internet.

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