US lawmakers play with the idea of social media ID verification, following proposals from other countries – Nwo Report

Additional survival tricks

https://nworeport.me/2021/10/29/us-lawmakers-play-with-the-idea-of-social-media-id-verification-following-proposals-from-other-countries/

A draft discussion bill hints at future proposals.

Source:Tom Parker

Anonymity is often vital for those who want to speak truth to power and expose government wrongdoing. We only need to look to the US government’s treatment of National Security Agency (NSA) whistleblower Edward Snowden and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to see how far governments will go to target those that don’t have the shield of anonymity when they reveal information that governments want to hide.

And in 2021 governments have renewed their efforts to end online anonymity by proposing and introducing new laws that force users to hand over their identity documents (IDs) to use social media and by framing online anonymity as something that needs to be eradicated.

While most of these government efforts to end online anonymity have been widely covered in the media, America’s recent proposals have managed to stay out of the…

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