Libertarian Republic of Certos
The Libertarian Republic of Certos (abbreviated LRC) is a micronation created by User:Ksd5. Currently, it has a population of zero (not including government staff). Currently, it is an Internet micronation, but there are plans to have a land-based counterpart.
The LRC has a libertarian government. There are absolutely no restrictions on what people can do in the LRC, as long as they don't place restrictions on other citizens of the LRC. Currently, taxes for living in the LRC don't exist.
The government exists only to provide various services to those who are in the LRC. Some of these services include free education, housing, free electricity and water, and healthcare.
Every citizen of the LRC may work in the government if they wish to.
Anyone can register to become a citizen of the LRC, though you don't need to. Citizens get certain benefits and may join the military force, government jobs, etc.
The LRC has a diverse military command. The military command is there to protect the residents of the LRC, and to shut down attempts to seize control of the LRC, such as from other countries. For example, the Republic of Minerva was seized and annexed by the Kingdom of Tonga. You must register as a citizen of the LRC to be part of the military force. Citizens belonging to the military force may be deployed to various missions. Weaponry and armor may or may not be provided. Knowledge of one or more martial arts is recommended.
Anyone can sell and purchase goods in the LRC.
A native currency does not exist. People will have to exchange currency.
Free education is promoted in the LRC.
The LRC doesn't exist physically, but instead, on the Internet. There are plans to make the LRC a land-based nation.
People may register land not already owned by any country with the LRC. The land then becomes part of the LRC. The land does not have to be in geographic proximity to any land already part of the LRC. This means that lands across the world can be part of the LRC.
Intellectual property law
Intellectual property laws in the LRC are very fair to the people. They are designed to allow people to freely share information, culture, and knowledge.
Copyright must be registered. The duration for copyright protection is 10 years after registration. If the copyright is renewed, the copyright duration is extended to 10 years after renewal. The copyright is non-transferable.
Fair use provisions allow for use of parts of or the whole work for non-commercial purposes.
Trademarks must be registered. Trademark duration is 50 years after registration. It may be renewed, where the duration is extended to 50 years after renewal. Trademarks may be renewed up to 4 times.
Patents do not exist in the LRC.
The English and Esperanto word is promoted in the LRC, although any language may be spoken, read or written.
The LRC's main purpose is to promote freedom for anyone who enjoys it. It is also to help those who desire freedom, but can't enjoy it in their native country, such as dictatorships and communist countries.