In the early days, the vision was for a single, open internet that transcended national boundaries and governments. In 1996, the technologist John Perry Barlow declared to governments worldwide: ,You have no sovereignty here., In 2020, that has not exactly been the case as governments assert their power and sovereignty over the internet. So, is it splintering? Is this the beginning of the end for the world wide web? The Agenda discusses the splinternet and the battle over cyber space.
Enhancing Canada's Data Sovereignty
Oct 07, 2020
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