Big Tech & Social Media Reformation ActPosted: 24/03/2023 | Author: Cliff Harrison | Filed under: Law & Justice Series, The Litigator, Big Tech,, We The People | Tags: Writing, Blogging, Writers, Social Media, Big Tech Tyrants, Big Tech & Social Media Reformation Act, Elder Abuse, Vulnerable Person Abuse, Communication., Constitutional Rights, Anonymity |Leave a comment
Social Media is a necessity for all people.
Some people have no contact with real people outside their immediate residential environment because of a number of reasons such as being confined in-house as recluses, in nursing homes or hospitals or any other number of confinements.
They have a constitutional right to use the internet and social media wherever they choose they are comfortable and without restrictions.
Big Tech Tyrants should NOT have the power to suspend or restrict a vulnerable person’s or an elderly person’s account or comments as this may be the only source of non-isolated activity this person can enjoy.
Banning an elderly person or vulnerable person from using their social media account or Big Tech account in any manner whatsoever should constitute serious elder abuse or vulnerable person abuse.
Still thousands, tens of thousands and maybe millions of such vulnerable persons and elderly are abused by the Big Tech Tyrants.
Twitter alone has banned or suspended over 14 million users in recent years. Think about it. Are there that many rogue users in the world? Do we have that many people misbehaving or are Big Tech Tyrants the ones misbehaving and in hostile conduct against a certain sector of society? Add millions more to Facebook, Amazon, Google, or Alphabet, including YouTube and many more and you see a clear pattern of abuse by Big Tech Tyrants. A clear pattern of abuse.
Sometimes, the elderly or vulnerable person may do wrong is making a statement or in making charges against another user. But what if the elderly person is being attacked with vile and immoral insults and hate speech and harassed, does he or she not have a right to self-defense?
Vulnerable people and elder abuse are widespread in our culture and the culture of many societies. People in general can be mean, immoral, inhumane, and downright violent and disgusting.
Anonymity on the internet, even in government, nonprofit and corporate organizations in all sorts of communication including emails, and snail mail US Postal Service Mail is a common occurrence. Why? Why do people need to hide their true identity from those they communicate with?
If one is honest and sincere, why can’t they be open?
Anonymity encourages violence, hostility and abuse and should be banned across the board.
The vulnerable and elderly, like all innocent people, should know who is attacking them and have legal resources to litigate against the violators.
No one should have immunity from being legally litigated. No one! If someone does something wrong that harms someone else, that someone else should unequivocally have the right to recover compensatory and punitive damages.
Why would anyone need anonymity if they were innocent of any form of guilt?
Validated proof of everyone’s identity backed up with government photo IDs and other evidence is necessary because of the overwhelming abuse by Big Tech tyrants, their users, anonymous trolls, and trouble seekers, and in all abusive forms of communication in society and culture where full identification of all parties and service practitioners should be legally forced into compliance.
Providing unrestricted social media without retaliation and oppressing conduct by Big Tech to the vulnerable and elderly and the innocent users and eliminating anonymity is not all that difficult to achieve. But we need a people with the will and the political representation that represents We the People and NOT the Big Tech Tyrants to restore our rights to freedom.
Big Techs oligarch that pays the lobbyists to strip the inalienable rights from our freedoms should be the ones being banned and suspended from society. Revocation is a better term.
We have no freedom if we have no inalienable rights. And if politicians allow our inalienable rights to be taken away, what freedoms do we have worth standing for?
Congress is United Against TikTok.
Will Big Tech start folding like Dominoes with a united Congress standing up for the people, or is this just another show and tell of hot air investigations against Big Tech?
Social media regulation debate
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