After playing a critical role in the downfall of anti-piracy bills SOPA and PIPA, social network Reddit has started a campaign to write its own, alternative law: the Free Internet Act, or FIA.
The proposed legislation, which has been crowdsourced by members of the /r/fia subreddit, aims to "promote prosperity, creativity, entrepreneurship and innovation" online, while preventing censorship and allowing users to browse freely without accidentally breaking the law.
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