Democratic countries view information as an empowering force in the hands of people, while authoritarian systems see this model as a threat; they use surveillance, censorship, and information manipulation to shore up their power and weaken democratic competitors abroad. “Policymakers must protect a democratic information space in order to preserve the ability of democracies to function and defend their way of life,” Director Laura Rosenberger writes in Foreign Affairs.
Laura Rosenberger on Making Cyberspace Safe for Democracy in Foreign Affairs
April 14, 2020|
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