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Internet's Future 18 June 2019

How Regulation Could Break the Internet: In Conversation with Andrew Sullivan

On 19 June 2019, in the lead up to Cyber 2019; an important cybersecurity event held at world-renowned policy institute Chatham House, Internet Society’s President and CEO Andrew Sullivan discusses the changes regulation may bring to our online world.

From the way we connect, share, learn, and work, the Internet has changed the world.

It has also brought challenges – and increasingly, governments have addressed these challenges with regulation.

But could this create unintended consequences? Is it possible to regulate the Internet while protecting its openness, interoperability, and global reach? The Internet Society in collaboration with Chatham House explores these questions at How Regulation Could Break the Internet: In Conversation with Andrew Sullivan.

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Disclaimer: Viewpoints expressed in this post are those of the author and may or may not reflect official Internet Society positions.

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