The Internet is in a state of chaos.
A new wave of misinformation has flooded social media and flooded the news feeds of many Americans.
This wave is not a result of a coordinated, well-executed, well planned attack, but a natural and human reaction to the onslaught of misinformation that has engulfed the country in the last few years.
The Internet has changed the way Americans communicate, but its also changed the world.
And as the United States enters an era of massive data collection and surveillance, there are no guarantees that the new data collected will ever be able to be shared with anyone else.
So it is vital that we ensure that the data we collect and the content we publish is not tainted by misinformation.
In this new digital age, privacy and the right to know are essential.
That’s why I’m joining forces with the President of the United State, Senator Patrick Leahy, and several of my fellow members of Congress to create a bipartisan, international database of information on the spread of misinformation, to combat misinformation and to make sure that we are doing everything possible to protect the public from misinformation.
This bipartisan effort to combat disinformation and protect the American people is called the Internet Resilience Initiative, or RESIL.
I am pleased to announce that we have joined with the organizations that work to create this database to create the Global Resilency Project.
It’s a global effort to help organizations across the world protect their data, protect their users and reduce the impact of disinformation.
The Global Resillience Project will be an effort of the U.S. government, as well as with the governments of our European allies, as part of the global efforts to fight disinformation.
Resil will be a unique, open-source database that will include all of the data gathered and analyzed by RESIL to help fight disinformation, while also being transparent to the public.
The database will be available to anyone who wants to join in.
The goal is to be the only place in the world that people can access data on the disinformation, false news and misinformation that is spread on the Internet.
Resili is also the only database of its kind in the United Kingdom, which means that we will be working with the Government of the UK to create an online version of the database in the U