The Digital Bill of Rights Unveiled…

The Digital Bill of Rights Unveiled… by Bill Bonner – Bonner and Partners

Editor’s Note: This week, Bill was in Bermuda for the first-ever Legacy Investment Summit. Yesterday, our editor shared a portion of his speech with dear readers…

Today, Dan Denning, Bill’s coauthor on The Bill Bonner Letter, shares an insight from his big idea from the conference. Read on to discover the Digital Bill of Rights, and take the first step in reclaiming your liberty in a digital age…


Today, I’m writing to you with the chance to finally do something about the future of the United States.

It’s only the beginning…

But if you’re alarmed at the organized attacks on free speech and privacy… and worried about both Big Tech and Big Government creating a surveillance state without your consent… then today is your chance to stand up for your own rights and turn back the tide.

By the end of this essay, I’ll reveal the Digital Bill of Rights to you. I encourage you to sign it and pass it along to your friends and family.

But first…

Devil’s Orchard

The idea of America was always revolutionary.

For the first time in history, a group of people enshrined in one of its founding documents the idea that there were certain “inalienable” rights that were not granted to you by the State. Rather, you were born with these rights – they were endowed by your creator (God… or nature, if you prefer).

The Bill of Rights enumerated these rights. And the government could very well shove it – or at the very least, have to jump through some serious hoops – if it wanted to scale these rights back.

But the American Framers didn’t have to get past Facebook or Google when writing the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence.

They could not have predicted the rise of an algorithm-driven police state where every action you take online is recorded, cataloged, and used to “nudge” you into thinking in a “correct” way or taking a desired action.

That’s where the Digital Bill of Rights comes in. It’s an effort to restate and reclaim your essential rights to life, liberty, privacy, and property in an age when all of them are under assault by a collection of institutions in Silicon Valley and Washington, D.C.

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