- The Freedom to Information
- The ability to acquire new information. Thus providing for education, sharing of research, spreading of entertainment, &c.
- Prevents censorship, ideological control by entities such as governments or other powerful interests, and constriction of memetic flow.
- The Freedom to Speech
- The ability to produce and disseminate information. Thus providing for teaching, sharing of research, production of entertainment, &c.
The primary function of government is to provide individuals the means to these freedoms, and guarantee their non-violation through minimal coercive faculties.