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    IveyTech

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    April 29, 2021 at 1:11 pm

    https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/117/s913/text

    The Ninth Amendment supercedes this S. 913 attempt to monitor research, and transgress the Constitution. There is no authority in the Federal government to take away ANY citizen’s medical choice rights to research, diagnose, prevent, treat and cure COVID-19.

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    S. 913 (117th)
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    S. 913: COVID–19 Disinformation Research and Reporting Act of 2021

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    IveyTech

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    April 29, 2021 at 1:35 pm

    My Opinion of

    S913

    Convenience is not an excuse. Having all the the information on COVID-19 research in one database is going to be an unconstitutional attempt to remove the Fourth Amendment as it pertains to health freedom — seize papers, censor research and violate due process.

    It can’t be done…a “study” won’t determine…”how the strategies can be implemented without infringing on the
    constitutional rights and civil liberties of the people of the United
    States”

    . . A Bill

    To conduct a study on the spread of COVID–19-related disinformation and
    misinformation on the internet and social media platforms, and for other
    purposes.

    Congress finds the following:

    [EXCERPTS]

    Disinformation and misinformation have spread alarmingly during the COVID–19 pandemic, hindering the public response efforts of Federal, State, local, and indigenous leaders.

    The internet and social media have made it easier to spread fake medical information, such as unproven treatments for COVID–19, or inaccurate information that undermines scientific experts.

    The internet and social media have likewise made it easier to spread
    disinformation and misinformation about the safety and efficacy of
    COVID–19 vaccines, impacting public acceptance of the vaccines and
    threatening to prolong the pandemic.

    Study

    Not later than 30 days after the date of enactment of this Act, the Director of the National Science Foundation shall enter into an arrangement with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to conduct a study on the current understanding of the spread of COVID–19-related disinformation and misinformation on the internet and social media platforms.

    The study shall address—

    (1) the roles disinformation and misinformation have played in the public response to COVID–19, including public acceptance of and demand for COVID–19 vaccines;

    (2) the sources, both foreign and domestic, of COVID–19-related disinformation and misinformation, and the mechanisms by which that disinformation and misinformation influence the public debate;

    (3) the role social media plays in the dissemination and promotion of COVID–19-related disinformation and misinformation content and the role social media platforms play in the organization of groups seeking to spread COVID–19-related disinformation and misinformation;

    (4) the potential financial returns for creators or distributors of COVID–19-related disinformation and misinformation and the role such financial incentives play in the propagation of COVID–19-related disinformation and misinformation;

    (5) potential strategies to mitigate the dissemination and negative impacts of COVID–19-related disinformation and misinformation (and specifically the dissemination of disinformation and misinformation on social media), including through improved disclosures and addressing information literacy; and

    an analysis of—

    the limitations of the mitigation strategies described in paragraph (5); and

    how the strategies can be implemented without infringing on the
    constitutional rights and civil liberties of the people of the United
    States.

    https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/117/s913/text

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