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Why should that be a right exactly?
Rights are not things that cost money.
You have a right to speak your mind, you aren't entitled to have someone else pay for it for you.
So why not reword the idea so that it doesn't cost money: the right to..."be unencumbered by the government when accessing local or world-wide communication services funded by the individual or private enterprise"
- With everybody (borrowing?) content from everyone else these days, it's hard to differentiate legitimate content from fake content.
- it is common for even legitimate businesses to present several brands (same product) to the public to increase the likelihood consumers will buy from them. FTD flowers is a perfect example.
- It's easy to manipulate the long-tail by making automated changes to text and website templates or mash together several text sources.
It's a tough problem to which there isn't a single magical solution. My company hopes to mitigate at least some of these problems over time. The initial results from our website correlation system give us reason to hope that this problem can be solved.