Commentary | August 24, 2015

Governments Of The World Risk Breaking The Internet

In an article for Forbes, EWI Board Member Michael Chertoff explains how national self-interest may threaten freedom and functionality in cyberspace. 

In the article, Chertoff explains that "National self-interest has us rushing headlong to the establishment of sovereign 'borders' and jurisdictional limits across the cyber-globe that will fracture the network into multiple, overlapping, competing parts. And that, in turn, will come at a great cost to personal freedom, economic productivity and social development."

To read this article published by Forbes, click here.