A BILL TO AUTHORIZE A “’TOTAL PRIVACY’ FIREWALL” AMENDMENT TO THE CONSTITUTUION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Short title: firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposed sponsors: Ted Cruz, Harry Reid,
Proposed co-sponsors: Don Young, Mike Honda
Purpose of the bill: “To provide for the common defense” by empowering citizens to communicate and participate in politics, society, and commerce without being made vulnerable to being tracked, stalked, gentrified, or pressured due to being forced to relinquish the privacy of the location or names of their friends, family, and neighbors
Whereas, “You are assumed innocent until proven otherwise by a jury of your peers,” and
Whereas, “We are a private society,” be it hereby,
Resolved the following amendment to the us constitution is hereby adopted as per the constitutionally required super-majority vote of the US Congress, or by US State constitutional conventions within seventeen (17) years of the date of the passage of this bill.
AN AMENDMENT TO THE US CONSTITUTION
An amendment to the US constitution to recognize the human capital equity value of a truly private society over the next eighty (80) million generations, maybe more, & appropriate a small portion of the net present value thereof to endow each citizen to afford to pay for constitutionally required “‘total privacy’ fire walls” – via upgraded USPS virtual Post Office (P.O.) Boxes rented to citizens who show USPS only their email@example.com photo id which does not display their legal name – but with decentralized storage of linked legal names “off line” at each DMV – and with USPS automatic mail, phone, & IP forwarding from the virtual P.O. Box address – to the street delivery address – under the changeable firstname.lastname@example.org – plus voluntary Ebay auctions of temporary licenses to use DMV verified demographic information, on a field by field basis, with voluntary, private citizen sellers and information industry bidders in this estimated one trillion, four hundred billion dollar ($1,400,000,000,000) annual market as measured in 2015 dollars – and with private sector competition permitted – such as UPS store mail box upgrades, email@example.com Pay Pal accounts, and Starbucks stores phone & IP forwarding firewalls & wi-fi mask rentals, etc. This amendment shall require each US citizen and resident to have one, or more, “total privacy’ firewall” s, but shall not preclude use of legal, or other names, or non-firewalled participation in any form of communication, unless voluntarily agreed to otherwise.