- Put civil liberties and the general princicples of individual liberty (in the Jeffersonian sense) first, before national security or profit motive
- Electoral reform (Distributed Direct Democracy would be nice, but there are much less radical improvements that could be easily made, e.g. overturning Citizen's United)
- Technological literacy (for want of a better term), i.e. representatives who either understand (at least in principle) how the technologies that affect our daily lives work, or who are willing to take approriate impartial advice on matters; we have laws that deal inapproraite/unfair/immoral/illegal interactions between various legal entities (including people), no need to make more of them just because those interactions happen over the internet or on a mobile phone
Just an aside, I'm not a libertarian. and I strongly believe point 1 would require more regulation of companies and industries, not less.