Sir Tim Berners-Lee, a graduate of Oxford University, invented the World Wide Web.
We need rules of the digital road to tackle threats and keep people safe, but these rules must be constructed in a way that preserves the Web’s global nature and protects the interests of individuals.
A world where conflicting rules are set country by country risks creating a fragmented Internet in which people have access to different services and content depending on where they live, and in which companies face a labyrinthian task when trying to operate across borders.
From Securing Our Digital Future/FP Analytics
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