I would argue that the internet is the ultimate public commons on the planet. It is owned by the world, it is shared by all of us, and it is our job to protect and take care of it.
As I mentioned previously in my blog on the internet, this is not necessarily true. There are many organizations and entities out there that control and own the internet, including the United States Government and the United Nations. This is why so many people use the internet in addition to the internet.
The internet is a private entity that has its own rules, history, and purpose. In other words, we, as a people, own it.
I believe that we are all born free, but we are also all born subject to the power of the internet and all the technologies that we use to access it. In short, it is ultimately up to each individual to decide what they want and how they want to use it. As such, I believe that each individual should have the freedom they need to use the internet safely and efficiently.
The internet hasn’t always been a place for freedom. Some of the earliest and most famous content on the net were the sermons of Jesus, the gospel, the writings of Shakespeare, the Bible, and the constitution, and they were all written by men.
No single person or government agency controls or owns the internet. The internet is a natural and organic process. It is the result of collective human efforts, and each of those individuals plays a part. The internet is where we work, talk, and communicate, so we don’t need to tell the internet where to go. We don’t need to tell the internet where to go, so we don’t need to tell the internet which websites to visit.
The internet is a huge web of communication, from social media to news to commerce, all of which are operated and controlled by our government and most importantly, our own devices. It is a scary thought to think that our personal information and communications are entirely controlled by the government.
I believe that the internet is owned by the people (as in, not for profit) of the world, and the government isn’t responsible for the internet.
At present, the internet is owned by the US government, which is in turn owned by the people, in part by the fact that people are free to speak up and use the internet to communicate.
No, they don’t. The internet is a global phenomenon that is constantly in motion. That means governments and corporations are also in motion. They use the internet to engage with other people and to sell things. Those companies and governments are still in motion because they use the internet to keep humans alive. All I am saying is that the internet is a living thing. That means that humans and other living things are in motion.
I get it, the internet is a big place, a scary place. I am not saying it’s all bad. There are plenty of things you don’t want to miss, even if you just want to save yourself a trip to Netflix. But a good portion of the information that resides on the internet is controlled by the government. And the people who are in charge of this information know that they have a responsibility to make sure it stays free and open.