Social Regulation

From capitalistManifesto

Freedom of the individual as an inalienable right is woven into the constitutional laws of social regulation. Freedom includes but isn't limited to:

  • Speech
  • Expression
  • Information
  • Education
  • Choice
  • Exposure
  • Will
  • Opportunity

Censorship is a personal and family choice not to be imposed outside this circle of relationships. Regulation of behaviour (including art, culture, media, speech) is a choice to be left to individual citizens and communities of consenting citizens. Authority has no place in this dynamic.

Freedom of speech is a right, as is freedom of expression and - most importantly - freedom of opportunity. This latter means freedom to be exposed to the world and to the creativity of individuals without censorship, exclusion, echo chamber or regulated content. Opportunity is not degraded by exposure; it can only be enhanced, because it's the well-spring of free choice. Free will.

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