PROPOSAL: Amend Consti. to include INTERNET rights under Bill of Rights

The Internet is the way of the future and it has become a basic necessity in people's personal and professional lives. Although electricity and water are the most basic necessities, it can be argued that the Internet has already caught up with the level of demand and necessity of the first two. Because of this, it is Project Jurisprudence's proposal that Filipino people join hands and work for the amendment of the 1987 Constitution to include the following provision under the Bill of Rights:
"Section 23. The right of the people to a decent, minimum Internet download and upload speed, which must always be equal to each other, shall be inviolable and shall be set by the President once a year."