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Don’t Break The Internet

It’s a challenging time for the Internet.

For most of us, the benefits of a globally-connected Internet were always clear.

Things have changed.

Security threats are mounting and people are starting to wonder if the Internet is failing us.

It’s clear we need to find solutions to improve security online, but we can’t do it alone.

An even greater danger may be the growing number of countries proposing uninformed policies or laws to regulate the Internet’s infrastructure.

This could literally break the Internet. A network of networks cannot be centrally controlled because it has no centre.

When governments try to regulate parts of the Internet that shouldn’t be regulated, it could disconnect people and countries around the world.

We can’t let this happen.

Luckily, there are people around the world collaborating to protect the Internet we know and love – and you can join them.

Together, we can build informed solutions to improve security online without breaking the architecture of the Internet.

We can only do this together. The Internet is for everyone because it is everyone.

Let’s save the Internet by not breaking it.

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We Won’t Save the Internet by Breaking It
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Internet Governance 13 November 2018

We Won’t Save the Internet by Breaking It

On the anniversary of the armistice ending the First World War, more than 40 countries stood together for security...

Global Cybersecurity and the Internet Conundrum
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Internet Governance 11 November 2018

Global Cybersecurity and the Internet Conundrum

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended the first World War. The 1918 ceasefire re-introduced a fragile...

Splintering the Internet: The Unintended Consequence of Regulation
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Public Policy 18 October 2018

Splintering the Internet: The Unintended Consequence of Regulation

In early 2000, two Paris-based, anti-racism groups sued Yahoo on the basis that its auction’s site was exposing French...

GDPR: Going Beyond Borders
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Privacy 25 May 2018

GDPR: Going Beyond Borders

Today, the EU General Data Protection Regulation – or GDPR – comes into effect amid a great deal of...