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A BRICS Internet, the Euro Cloud, the Iranian “Halal” Internet: Governments across the world eager to increase control over the World Wide Web are tearing it apart.
Iran seeks to develop an Internet free of Western influences or domestic dissent.
Vietnam insists on a local copy of all Vietnamese data.
The last century’s nontariff barriers to goods have reappeared as firewalls blocking international services.
Legitimate global anxieties over surveillance and security are justifying governmental measures that break apart the World Wide Web, without enhancing either privacy or security.
The issue is critical to the future of international trade and development, and even to the ongoing struggle between democracy and totalitarianism.
Data localization threatens the possibility of outsourcing services, whether to Bangalore, Accra, Manila, or even Silicon Valley.