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Jonah Force Hill

Jonah Hill is a former Belfer Center International and Global Affairs (BIGA) Student Fellow, 2011-12

 

 

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May 2012

"Internet Fragmentation: Highlighting the Major Technical, Governance and Diplomatic Challenges for U.S. Policy Makers"

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By Jonah Force Hill, Jonah Hill is a former Belfer Center International and Global Affairs (BIGA) Student Fellow, 2011-12

The Internet is at a crossroads. Today it is generally open, interoperable and unified. Tomorrow, however, we may see an entirely different Internet, one not characterized by openness and global reach, but by restrictions, blockages and cleavages. In order to help ensure that the Internet continues to serve as a source of global integration, democratization, and economic growth, American policymakers must be aware of the most significant technical, political and legal challenges to a unified Internet.

 

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