The Internet means different things to different people. To me personally, the Internet and the intermediary services that have been built atop it represent opportunity: the opportunity to build new connections across cultures and to express my identity.
Countless others have experienced similar benefits. But for some, the risks of intermediary services have come to outweigh the opportunities. Given these differences in individuals’ experience, what objectives should policy-makers aim towards as they design local and international approaches for intermediary services?
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