Trends related to Geopolitics
A digital dividend would give citizens a cut of the profits derived from their personal data.
This is an election year, and security experts are warning that our election systems could be vulnerable.
Interoperability and data portability could eventually lead to new business opportunities and a bigger device ecosystem.
Big tech companies are standing up departments dedicated to geopolitics.
Throughout history, multilateral efforts have resulted in nations working together toward a shared purpose.
Parts of the federal government rely on comically old technology that is vulnerable and very difficult to maintain.
Cybersovereignty refers to a government exerting its control over how the internet is run, who gets access to it, and what can be done with all of the data generated.
Regulators in many countries are planning to take action to limit the reach and powers of the world’s largest, most dominant technology companies.