The Internet is powerful, but only because it is so open.
We are no longer the only people using the Internet.
We have millions of people who can access the Internet on mobile devices and through laptops, tablets, PCs, and even smart phones.
But that power comes with a price: it takes money to run the networks, and it takes a lot of time and effort to get users to connect to those networks.
So we are not alone.
The Internet also needs to be a platform for freedom, but we have to get there by democratizing the system.
We cannot allow the Internet to become a private playground for tyrants and for big corporations.
The open nature of the Internet, its ability to bring new ideas and perspectives to the global economy, and its role as a bridge between nations make it an ideal medium for innovation and change.
As we move toward a new era of open and decentralized governance, the Internet needs to remain a model of decentralized governance for which we have a duty to defend.
It is also a model that can help ensure that the Internet remains a platform that fosters innovation and freedom.
To protect the Internet’s open nature and the way it connects people around the world, we need to make it a platform with a clear purpose.
To do that, we must move beyond the role of a free marketplace, and embrace a different type of role: a platform where people can build a platform on behalf of their communities, to shape the future of the Web.