A dialogue with Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at Stanford University’s Cyber Policy Center.
Beyond the broken, magical dreams of an open, free and inclusive internet, how to develop a global digital policy? What does a global internet mean? What is its role? Who should be at the table? How to balance governing technology and market dynamics, and each of their responsibilities and related (co)accountability? How to cater for an online open democratic society, and its various multi-stakeholders processes? And where and how can the Institute for Accountability in the Digital Age help facilitate these?