To: All MPs
Making Wordpress and Social Media Accountable to UK Parliament
I would like the Parliament of the United Kingdom to pass a Bill that would ensure that Wordpress, regular Social Media and other Blogging Firms operating in the United Kingdom that acquire users are made accountable to UK Parliament in order that specific laws pertaining to the interests and human rights of the users can be drafted that would then make it possible for litigation to be lodged against these companies by the citizens of the United Kingdom within the country. This is currently denied to the users.
In this regard I have had an enormous amount of correspondence with companies like Wordpress, Religious Forums, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Simplesite.
I am available to share these information with any one considering this petition through email correspondence with me so that they can form a considered decision based on my experience of dealing with these Firms.
Why is this important?
This petition is very important for the Internet age because these Firms engage in a dictatorial fashion to deny their users the opportunity to voice their legitimate concerns to the United Kingdom authorities for legal redress to be implemented in terms of compensation and damages awarded to the users when they suffer at the hands of these companies through the process of interacting with the particular Social Media concerned.
How it will be delivered
I wish to deliver the Petition to my Member of Parliament (Mr Rehman Chishti currently) through email.