This panel will discuss how the core Internet functions and services are global and not territorially fragmented. This introduces a tension, and sometimes conflict, between state sovereignty and policy development for the global internet. This panel will

1. Explain the history of ideas about the relationship between cyberspace and sovereignty

2. Review the digital sovereignty debate as it has developed in Europe, China, the USA and India

3. Raise the question of how much cyber sovereignty is too much cyber sovereignty  

4. Discuss how cyber sovereignty debates relate to Taiwan