Internet Governance

It's getting harder to move data abroad. Here's why it matters and what we can do

A new World Economic Forum report explains how countries can collaborate on cross-border data governance. Image: REUTERS/Kacper Pempel

Kimberley Botwright

Head, Sustainable Trade, World Economic Forum

Nivedita Sen

Research and Analysis Specialist, World Economic Forum

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