(Sadly, yes. I've gotten it off of this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ih4Nk...&feature=g-u-u
Sen. Ron Wyden and Rep. Darrell Issa (the people who stood up against SOPA and PIPA) are now considering to make an Internet Bill of Rights. This is to protect the web users against censorship and those who limited their online freedom. They were at the Personal Democracy Forum 2012 in New York today to address this issue. Some of the quotes on the bill includes:
The two said they don't have a completely formed plan about how the Bill of Rights will look, but they are encouraging Internet users to help supply ideas at Opengovfoundation.org.Originally Posted by news.cnet.com
For those who can't go towards that site, and to make this a discussion, what are your thoughts about this, and what would you also like to see on the bill if it you wrote it?