It’s Not the European Wide Web, It’s the World Wide Web

Daniel Castro December 10, 2014
December 10, 2014

Global Internet policy conflicts are all too common, from the “Right to be Forgotten” to concerns over the PRISM revelations, and threaten the basic organization of the Internet along with the continued growth of the digital economy. To address this challenge, policymakers should agree on a new policy approach that respects the rights of individual nations to set digital policy as long as it does not impact other countries’ use of the Internet.