“The era of the global internet is over,” writes the Council for Foreign Relations in its latest Independent Task Force report. “The vision of an open, reliable, and secure global network has not been achieved and is unlikely to be realized. As a result, the internet is less free, more fragmented, and less secure than ever before.”
Confronting Reality in Cyberspace: Foreign Policy for a Fragmented Internet, proposes “a new strategy for today’s more complex, variegated, and dangerous cyber realm.”
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