Kroes warns against possible ‘digital cold war’

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Commission vice-president for the digital agenda Neelie Kroes has warned that attempts to reorganise the governance of the internet could lead to a “digital cold war”.

Kroes, in a speech read on her behalf by Dutch MEP Marietje Schaake, told a Parliament Magazine roundtable on Thursday that internet rules will increasingly impact on the EU’s foreign relations. source

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