Intro to communication section

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OliverJackson1
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@OliverJackson1 edited communications.md - over 4 years ago
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We believe that individual privacy and government transparency are the cornerstone of Freedom and Liberty. This is why we oppose communication surveillance and government censorship and support internet freedom and net neutrality.

Internet Freedom

We believe in a free and open Internet, and back the principles of Internet governance espoused by the Declaration of Internet Freedom. Aspects of these principles are also expanded upon below.

andrewdwilliams

@andrewdwilliams - over 4 years ago

👍 Maybe it should be 'cornerstones' not 'cornerstone'. And also, it would be wrong to say we oppose all communications surveillance, but we certainly oppose blanket retention of data. Nevertheless, it's a good encapsulation of our current policies on the issue.

philipjohn

@philipjohn - over 4 years ago

👍 and Andrews points make sense

@OliverJackson1 edited communications.md - over 4 years ago
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We believe that individual privacy and government transparency are the cornerstones of Freedom and Liberty. This is why we oppose communication surveillance and government censorship and support internet freedom and net neutrality.

Internet Freedom

We believe in a free and open Internet, and back the principles of Internet governance espoused by the Declaration of Internet Freedom. Aspects of these principles are also expanded upon below.

Internet Service Providers should treat all network data equally, without restriction or throttling based on the type of content, the content provider, or any other criterion. The appropriate regulatory body (currently OFCOM) would be responsible for enforcing this policy and dealing with breaches.