Everyone on the Internet

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I recently added Everyone on the Internet as a user to allow people from within my organization to submit incidents of concern into our application.  I created an Everyone on the Internet Role to ensure that they couldn't see anything in the application other than adding the record.  The problem I am having is that Quick Base has assigned all of my users this role as well as their original role.  This means when I try to write a form rule such as: Show Section XYZ when user is not in role Everyone on the Internet, it doesn't show at all because has that role by default.  
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Yep, there are say a few billion people on the planet with access to the internet and among the "great unwashed' are your star employees.  So yes, they are part of everyone on the internet.

You will need to write your rule to include the roles you want the rule to apply to, for example 

any of 
the user is in the role employee
the user is in the role administrator
the user is in the role viewer.


or else the opposite, the user is not in any of those roles.