Bill: Civil liberties
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: September 2798
|Some freedom for our people|
Old value:: Only governmental organisation advertising is permitted.
Current: Only advertising that meets certain set standards is permitted.
Proposed: All advertising is permitted.
Old value:: Individuals have a right to privacy, but the courts can force individuals to give information on certain matters if needed. (also known as Habeas Data).
Current: Individuals have a right to privacy, to keep records and information for themselves.
Proposed: Individuals have a right to privacy, to keep records and information for themselves.
Old value:: The nation issues passports to nationals after an invasive security check.
Current: The nation issues passports to nationals after a cursory security check.
Proposed: The nation issues passports on demand for any reason to its nationals
Proposal[?] to change The government's policy regarding regulation of media content.
Old value:: There are laws against the publication of false information and hate speech.
Current: There are laws against the publication of false information; everything else may be published freely.
Proposed: There are no content regulations; the media may publish anything, even proven falsehoods.
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|Random fact: References to prominent real-life persons are not allowed. This includes references to philosophies featuring the name of a real-life person (eg. "Marxism", "Thatcherism", "Keynesianism").|
|Random quote: ‘Voting Tory will cause your wife to have bigger breasts and increase your chances of owning a BMW M3.’ � Boris Johnson|