The U.S. Internet Authority is dedicated to securing the internet from enemies of honesty and freedom.
"The security aspect of cyber is very, very tough. And maybe, it's hardly doable."
—President Donald J. Trump
The United States Internet Authority has revised its self-identification mandate for offending websites. Originally the policy indicated that only websites actively under investigation by the United States Internet Authority were required to prominently display warning labels that informed internet consumers of their potentially dangerous content. In recognition of the fact that there are lots and lots of websites, and that the resources of the United States Internet Authority are limited, the mandate has now been expanded to cover all sites that are knowingly spreading false, dangerous, or not-nice information, whether they are under investigation or not.