Our Digital Declaration of Independence
We the People have drafted a Digital Declaration of Independence listed the grievances of Big Tech.
Sign the Declaration below and declare your independence of Big Tech Bullies. The more who sign the louder our voice. Let them hear us loud and clear! The Digital Bill of Rights is a list of rights we are sending to all Digital Media providers.
When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for individuals to dissolve their relationships with corporate entities, it is judicious and prudent to declare the causes which impel them to the separation.
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all people are created equal, that all customers deserve equal treatment and that we possess an unalienable right to freely speak our opinion, seek truth, and retain sole ownership of our personal and intellectual content on the world wide web.
Experience has shown that mankind is more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the platforms to which they are accustomed. But the conveniences of the Big Tech utilities notwithstanding, when a long train of abuses and encroachments leads to absolute despotism, it is the right, it is the duty, to throw off such corporations and seek new sources and alternatives to engage in the digital town square. The history of the Big Tech companies such as Google, Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over the people and their customers. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.
Big Tech Corporations Have Committed the Following Offenses:
- Violation of the right to free speech and public communication, whereby Big Tech directly suppressed individuals or organizations no law or community standard has been broken
- Violation of the right to express one’s beliefs, whereby content has been deleted without just cause
- Violation of implied good faith, whereby the reasonable expectations of the customer were arbitrarily violated
- Violation of the customer’s right to receive the benefits of the agreement, whereby the customer has been harmed financially due to restricting advertising content
- Violation of reasonable rules, whereby posting of content is restricted for certain customers and not for others
- Violation of sensible criteria applying equally, whereby “fact check” and “false claims” are suspended for certain customers and not others for no objective reason
- Violation of our freedom of religion, whereby Big Tech censors religious content without just cause
- Violation of implied in fact contract, whereby the operations of the customer were suspended without due process
We, therefore, do hereby commit ourselves to an aggressive campaign of countermeasures. We will shift our personal, business, and other digital platforms from Big Tech to other platforms whose authorized executives have signed our Digital Bill of Rights.
We will lobby our local, state, and federal representatives to implement a legal provision in concert with a new internet. We hereby commit our reputations, our financial resources, our businesses, our lifestyle to the cause of free people, free expression, and business neutrality related to all forms of expression.