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The War Torn Web

A once-unified online world has broken into new warring states.

"The global internet continues to fragment," writes An Xiao Mina with Sean McDonald. "Governments, in particular, are using their influence to shape the ways that digital companies, markets, and rights connect us online. This new form of realpolitik, which we call 'digitalpolitik,' is an emerging tactical playbook for how governments use their political, regulatory, military, and commercial powers to project influence in global, digital markets."

Read more at Foreign Policy...

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