IKS Law

§ 1  – Originally, this bill was footed on the 21st of March 2016, passing with a 100% approval rating (2/4 Owners present). The bill was subsequently ignored, then to be re-instated on 20:15 18th of April 2016 with more details and less loopholes.
The law describes how, in a motion to ban more people, the first person who joins a channel in which any of the Owners [present at the time of voting] reside would be banned, without warning, for an undisclosed amount of time. Being moved to a channel does not count, neither does connecting to a channel, only a person moving of own accord is eligible for the ban. No one is immune to this law, not even people with the designated rank of “Owner”.
As of 20:26 on the 18th of April 2016, the Owner named J( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), also referred to as Jonas, was the first to join the channel in which the two Owners [who were present] resided. This law can therefore be considered null and void.
FULL DISCLOSURE: This law was sponsored by Google, for a combined sum of 30.28 DKK.

As of 20:40 18th of April 2016 this law has been reinstated a second time, with the same rules applying as the first. The law was voted for by all present Owners, gathering a 100% approval rating with 3/4 Owners present. As of 20:42 18th of April 2016 , the Owner named J( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°), also referred to as Jonas, was the subject of this law for the second time. This law can now again be considered null and void.

As of 20:44 18th of April 2016 this law has been reinstated a third time, with the same rules applying as the first and second. The law was voted for by all present Owners, gathering a 100% approval rating with 3/4 Owners present. On the 19th of April 2016, at 18:41, the user known as Klex connected to a channel where an Owner was residing, and was therefore banned for a second. This law can now again be considered null and void.