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Bill of Rights
INTRODUCED SEPTEMBER 16, 2019
The City’s Bill of Rights is enacted pursuant to the inherent right of the residents of Music Industry City to secure the rights of its people and businesses.
Freedom to Be.
Residents shall possess Music Industry City’s Bill of Rights’ protections within the City to allow the freedom to freely post in public and private forums and/or groups, and on their own feeds. Residents are allowed to access content within the city limits whether for free or for a fee. Residents have the right to be themselves.
Discrimination, and the Right to Equality.
The City law prohibits discrimination of any kind on the basis of one’s: race, color, creed, disability, sex, sexual orientation, or gender. The City is open to everyone and addresses all residents as equals.
Ban on Spamming.
The City, residents, visitors, and businesses will refrain from spamming through email, posts, direct messaging, or other forms of communication with other residents.
Right to Privacy.
The City, residents, visitors, and businesses will refrain from posting other’s personal information (also known as Doxxing) that is not already public knowledge allowed by residents, businesses, and visitors inside the City limits. Additionally, the City, residents, visitors, and businesses are permitted from selling personal or business information or collecting and using for other purposes not intended for the City.
Freedom to Reside in a Safe Environment.
All City residents, visitors, and businesses will have the freedom from (but not limited to) racist, sexist, or transphobic remarks, doxing (posting people’s personal information), personal threats, sexual harassment, libel, slander, obscenity, cause offense, cause legal problems, or endanger personal safety, or otherwise.
The City may edit or remove content on the website at their discretion at any time; prohibit and/or ban the posting of messages by any resident, visitor, or business at any time if they should violate any of the Bill of Rights or Terms & Conditions, or for any other reasonable cause.