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Congressman drafts ‘Digital Bill of Rights’ – what would you add?

Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) invites the public to edit or comment on the text of his proposed bill to keep the internet "free" and "unobstructed.

(The Guardian) House oversight committee chairman and firebrand Obama administration critic Darrell Issa is touting his first draft of a Digital Bill of Rights for internet denizens, and he’s asking for the public’s input.

Issa, who spent the better part of the winter rallying opposition against the Stop Online Piracy Act, is also fresh off launching his latest legislative crowdsourcing project, the OpenGov Foundation earlier this week at the Personal Democracy Forum.

Now, he’s inviting citizens “to help get this right” by inviting edits to the Digital Citizen’s Bill of Rights.

Check out the Digital Citizen’s Bill of Rights and offer your own.

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