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SubgroupsInternational Declaration on Information & Democracy
The Forum on Information & Democracy is an Orwellian named group to where the intention is exactly the opposite, massive censorship. Secret funders.

The Forum on Information & Democracy is an Orwellian named group to where the intention is exactly the opposite. To end "informational chaos"[1] it is preparing an international treaty for online censorship, by affirming "the link between freedom of opinion and factual truths", as defined by government and corporate fact checkers.

International Declaration on Information & Democracy.

Published in November 2018, the Declaration:

  • Justifies the needed obligations imposed on the entities that shape this “common good of humankind”.
  • Affirms the link between freedom of opinion and factual truths.
  • Enshrines the right to reliable information as a constituent of the right to freedom of opinion.
  • Requires the promotion of “reliable information”.
  • Requires the promotion of pluralism and serendipity in the algorithmic curation.
  • Justifies the transparency requirements to which entities that shape the globalized space should abide.
  • Enshrines the principle of individual responsibility of participants in the public debate.
  • Enshrines the social function of journalism as “trusted third party”.
  • Affirms that the function of journalism within societies strengthens the protection and independence of journalists.
  • Calls for the creation of an international group of information experts.

Funders

It is funded by the French and German governments. Some other funders wish to remain anonymous.[2]


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