Mission Statement

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“FSV3’s mission is to reorganize the world’s universally accessible data into fair, balanced and accurate information.”


FSV3 embraces and encourages the global application of freedom of speech while protecting and restoring the innocent victims of the abuse thereof, specifically those who have been injured through deceptive, false and defamatory assertions in the form of internet defamation and libel.


To support victims of lies, defamation, and privacy invasion by rendering all reasonable assistance in order to have deceptive materials retracted or hidden from the public domain and the victims’ good names and reputations restored. 


FSV3 members will do everything within our reasonable power and ability to provide our advocacy and restorative assistance for unjustly damaged reputations.


FSV3’s mandate will evolve and develop over time. Initially, the primary objective is to assist victims of Internet libel, cyber-bullies, and sexual predators through the following:

1. Community awareness programs.
2. Appearances and interviews of FSV3 activists to raise public awareness.

3. Encouraging community reforms to address criminal and civil abuses of free speech on the Internet.

4. Exposing ISPs who deliberately spoil or withhold evidence or otherwise delay or pervert justice.

5. Cataloging and providing self-help resources for victims for the purposes of monitoring and mitigating risks to online reputation as well as tips for seeking legal remedies.

6. Establishing and championing a code of conduct for Internet authors and bloggers and ISPs concerning publications about living persons.

7. Establishing and/or championing a new volunteer mediation service which will objectively assess alleged cases of Internet libel and submit findings to the Internet Service Providers hosting the challenged material such as BlogSpot.com etc.

8. Establishing a voluntary participation program for ISPs who will submit to the recommendations of the aforementioned mediation service under the protection of Section 230(C) of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) provision for “Good Samaritan” blocking and screening of offensive material.

9. Establish an international volunteer pro bono attorney program for victims lacking resources required to obtain relief from libel.

10. Maintain a directory of suitably qualified attorneys and investigators for public reference.

11. Establish and maintain a list of Internet libel legal precedents globally for reference by attorneys and victims.

12. Seek out the participation of mental health professionals to publish self-help counseling advice for victims of Internet free speech abuse struggling with emotional distress.

13. Establish a mechanism for public outcry and boycott of ISPs (and their advertisers), that abuse Internet Free Speech, or deny victim’s reasonable requests for removal of libelous materials or privacy invasion issues.

14. Establishment of a “Viral Persuasion” application, which will compliment the boycott process through the “ostracization” of libel offenders and ambivalent political lawmakers.

15. Reviewing and promoting new socially responsible Internet technologies, which comply with FSV3’s mandate.

16. Encouraging the development of authentic verified identity system to validate or authenticate blog and forum postings to guard against fraudulent assumption of another’s identity and other anonymity-related concepts, in contrast with fake personae associated with a false identity.

17. Promoting the communities adoption of the term “Freech Leech” (Free Speech Leech) as a generic noun to describe and denounce malicious abusers of free speech for any forms of unprotected speech online, including libel, defamation, harassment, hate speech, and privacy invasion.