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Person in video is logging on to computer at home, everything filmed on a webcam. There aren't going to be any scene changes, because this video will be more effective as one take. Maybe there will be some text overlay to make it look techy if I can figure out how. And will end with a "Vote Pirate Party" Card
Hi… I know you’re watching me. That’s kind of creepy isn’t it. You’re constantly watching and listening to us and storing everything you get in databases for a rainy day. That’s a little weird to think about, isn’t it?
How fair is it that you’re always watching and listening and tracking everything we do and we don’t get to know what you do? We know almost nothing about what you’re doing out of the public eye. I don’t think that’s very fair, and neither do a lot of people. Sharing knowledge is a civil right, and intellectual property shouldn’t be regulated by people like you who hide away and observe.We need a free flow of information, so we know exactly what you’re doing while you’re spying on us constantly.
In order for us to have a well-functioning democracy, the people have to be informed and involved, with little limits. We don’t know what you’re doing, and we can’t find out because information is classified. How can you expect us to participate in this “democracy” without being informed, whether informed voters or informed citizens in general? Many people living within our democracy don’t even have a voice dictating their opinions; how is that democracy?
There needs to be a completely free flow of information on the internet to ensure that citizens are informed; this includes both general information on the internet and government documents. Minutes from all government meetings need to be published and completely available for access. This is going to lead to informed citizens about what exactly their governing body is up to, while that same governing body is surveilling their every move.
Despite not being informed, many citizens don't even get a voice in their own governance. 16-year-olds everywhere are watching the world around them, and don't even get to vote. We must lower the voting age to 16 so these informed young adults are able to participate in the highly-touted democracy we all know and love. Along with young people, many people don't like the players in power, but have no way to change this. Proportional representation is the only way to give everyone a true voice in govvernment, so everyone's informed vote counts.
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