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Navigating Cyberspace: Independence, Interdependence, and the Digital Arms Race

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The Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace is a manifesto of sixteen short paragraphs. It was first commissioned for the global event “24 Hours in Cybersspace,” and distributed via email in February 1996 from Davos, Switzerland. John Perry Barlow insisted there that the thing we call “cyberspace” is a very different place, and should be free from government limits.

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The Declaration of the Independence of Cyberspace is a manifesto of sixteen short paragraphs. It was first commissioned for the global event “24 Hours in Cybersspace,” and distributed via email in February 1996 from Davos, Switzerland. John Perry Barlow insisted there that the thing we call “cyberspace” is a very different place, and should be free from government limits.

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