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Splinternet: The World Wide War for the World Wide Web

By Bloomberg
21 August 2018   |   2:36 pm
Gideon Rose, editor at Foreign Affairs magazine and Peter G. Peterson Chair, discusses the global war being fought for the regulation and future control of the internet.

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