One proposal limits how many characters can be used to explain the policy. I know that they mean well, but damn, what's next...which fonts can be used?
[Disclaimer:] I find the recent overturning of an important part of the Civil Rights Act just as scary as the recent disclosure that the government that I voted for is eavesdropping on just about anything they feel like. All day. Every day.
As a child of the 60's, a decade of protest and civil rights activism, I am concerned. Not concerned enough to join the GOP and try to restore the United States of the 1950s, but concerned nonetheless.
I don't collect anything. I therefore have nothing of value to share with financial, marketing, social networking, or any other agency or organization. I log in once a month to see which key words are used to find my website, and I can also see which search engines have pointed the curious in my direction. Oddly enough, aside from Google (naturally) the overwhelming number of search engines are all in Russia. I am guessing they are searching for weaknesses in my website that they can exploit for names, email addresses, or credit cards. Sorry comrades. Don't have any of that in my website. Just good music and fun ideas.
It also occurred to me that now that I have added juicy terms like "Russia" and "GOP" to a blog page I will see the number of hits increase dramatically as the NSA and Russian intelligence try to figure out the obviously encrypted meaning behind words like "Boogaloo" or "Watusi."