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1 Samuele Dominioni, Internet Fragmentation and Cybersecurity: A Primer 1 (2023)

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Internet Fragmentation

and Cybersecurity


Summary of Key Points

- The promotion of an open, secure, stable, accessible, and peaceful ICT environment is a recurrent
  objective in the multilateral processes relating to international and ICT security at the United Nations.
  The OEWG  itself represents a significant milestone in international cooperation towards such an
  ICT environment.

- The Internet remains stable and generally open and secure in its foundations. However, Internet
  fragmentation is a growing and concerning phenomenon. Fragmentation can be understood in
  different ways according to the nature of the stakeholders. Nevertheless, it is possible to identify
  a technical dimension of it. Here, fragmentation may affect critical components of the Internet that
  guarantee the interoperability of networks and devices.

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