• Digital media is too important to leave to the market.
  • Attention should not be a commodity.
  • Citizenship and privacy must be protected by democratic institutions.
  • Functional social media creates spaces, voices and connections for people to participate in democracy.
  • Dysfunctional social media allows third actors to interfere for antisocial gains.
  • Advertisement is inherently bad for society and should be taxed exponentially on people reached and data used.
  • Digital media, as a construct, is fluid, dynamic and always changing.
  • A public social media platform free from the market is only possible is we allow our justice system to be rewritten with difital media as a base.
  • We can do this.

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