The Open Protocol

All radio, electronic, and computer protocols that non-state entities are required by law to use in communications with the state must be open and published in full.   For all such computer protocols the state must make available an open-source sample implementation.   Protocol definitions and sample implementations must be made available with a trivial distribution fee not to exceed an average hour's wage, and are unowned intellectual property.



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