Section 3 - An Internet Service Provider shall be ideologically, politically, religiously, philosophically and in all other ways neutral; shall, at all times, be considered, operate, and conduct business without bias as a Detached Party.
As I stated with Open Forums and Financial Platforms, if you’re in the business of providing internet service, you don’t have the right to deny service based on ideology. I have yet to hear of any ISPs cutting off service, except in the cases of the most draconian, tyrannical governments, but in those cases the government runs the ISP anyway. Either way, just like with Financial Platforms, cutting off access based on ideology is tyranny.
This section has been updated for more accurate wording and clarity at the suggestion of Firm Word.
Section 4 - An Internet Service Provider may create structured fees or sets of fees which shall be presented to prospective End Users before entering into agreement with End Users and posted in easily accessible and accurately labeled location on the Internet Service Provider’s Platform and physical place of business.
Section 5 - An Internet Service Provider may amend structured fees or sets of fees. All amendments to fee structures shall be posted in an easily accessible and accurately labeled location on the Internet Service Provider’s Platform and physical place of business. The Platform shall notify all current End Users that the fee structure shall be changing at the end of their current contract with the Platform via written electronic or physical mail, but not less than 90 days prior to the changes taking effect.
Sections 4 and 5 of Article III have the exact reasoning behind them as Article II, Sections 9 and 10 as mentioned in Digitalist Number 12.
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