Fourth Industrial Revolution

The internet has a dark side. We need a plan for taming it

The dark side of the internet could outdo all its benefits, unless we act now Image: REUTERS/Jim Urquhart

Rebecca MacKinnon

Founding Director, Ranking Digital Rights

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