10 January 2020
“Technology is everywhere. There is a competition globally for who can set the standards. We see a very market-driven model in the United States and a very state-driven model in China. The stakes are high, the speed is high, so Europe has to double down.”
Marietje Schaake, International Policy Director at the Stanford Cyber Policy Center explains why the European Union should take a more prominent role in governing technology globally.
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