Rising protectionism, patriotism, and security dreads could see an internet sequestered by national borders.
It’s 2028. You take a break from guiding your small business to check on how your daughter is enjoying her summer tour across Asia and catch out which country she’s inspecting now. You transported her a WhatsApp message three days ago but it still hasn’t been delivered, advocating she has left Japan and must be in one of the region’s countries that don’t have an agreement with the U.S. on internet cooperation and access-perhaps China or the Philippines.
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