Internet Governance

There are now four competing visions of the internet. How should they be governed?

There are now four - possibly five - competing visions of the internet, which makes regulating e-commerce even tougher Image: REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

Kieron O'Hara

Senior Research Fellow, University of Southampton

Wendy Hall

Director, Web Science Institute, University of Southampton

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Last year, the number of internet users worldwide passed the 4 billion mark
Last year, the number of internet users worldwide passed the 4 billion mark Image: Hootsuite
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