Privacy and freedom of expression are a tricky duo. They go together like feet and LEGOs. Everyone is having a great time until that one foot comes down. A misstep happens and creators get hurt. Ouch.
Freedom of expression includes the freedom of speech. The freedom to question, to offend, to disagree. Feeling protected by privacy does, however, not justify breaking laws. We know that the internet can be a dark place, but we don’t want the AIOW App to be. That’s why we’ve spent years perfecting our safety guidelines. It’s all about finding the ideal balance between keeping you safe and keeping you private. Here’s our masterplan.
The beta version of the AIOW App will be launched on a good old, regular server. If illegal content appears, we’ll delete it. We continue to refine the balance as more and more validated users find their way into our community. The ID-verification process is meant to encourage you to act accordingly.
Once everything is in order, we will integrate microtransactions and other blockchain-related features into the AIOW App. We will use cost-saving technologies like Layer 2 to keep the transaction costs at an acceptable level. We will also slowly move towards more decentralized governance by implementing a DAO to guide the direction of the AIOW App. Lastly, we will stay on the lookout for new opportunities that the constant evolution of blockchain technology gives us and that we can use in new or better features in the AIOW App.
It’ll be a step-by-step process. You can help us move faster by staying in the legal lane. It’s that simple. We have created the playground. You decide how everything plays out.