What about the rest of the world?

Mar 01, 12:21 AM
The UK is trying to regulate the internet - but much will depend on what happens globally. Vicki and Geraldine talk to Max Beverton-Palmer of the Tony Blair Institute for Global Change about how much we can seriously do by ourselves.

Talking points:

Why is 2021 the year of rethinking the internet?
Will a plethora of national initiatives lead to the so-called splinternet?
To what extent can national regulation work when tech companies have global reach?
Will children's rights to participate online be damaged by the rush to keep them safe?
How do you start to think about an ethical internet?