Who is sovereign in our digital world?
This question is paramount in relation to debates about control and cooperation in cyberspace. Digital Sovereignty provides a frame to address policy and regulatory challenges at the interface between ‘traditional’ ideas of governance and new experiments in ‘digital’ governance.
Debates around policies for recent technologies, in fields of data protection or cybersecurity, for example, emphasise the feeling that contemporary political institutions are not set up to deal with the 21st Century, neither in the way they operate, nor in the approaches they take to defining policy problems.
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