U.S. Policy Toward Global Internet Freedom

Author and former State Department digital diplomacy advisor Emily Parker attempts to answer what she calls "the million-dollar question," explaining challenges in the area of U.S. policy toward governments that attempt to limit or block Internet access.

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Comment by Cacima T Lee on July 9, 2014 at 12:47am

So if huge companies like Facebook are already trying to provide affordable internet to the globe, why does the US government feel they should intervene? It seems the private sector already has this internet business under control.

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