The internet is no longer a monopoly, but rather an open market in which entrepreneurs and innovators can find the most innovative and lucrative products and services.
With a global economy and society growing exponentially, we can’t afford to ignore the need to build the infrastructure of the future.
The Globe and Mail’s digital editor, Mark Hosenball, has spent the last five years tracking the evolution of the internet and how it has changed for us.
Mark is the co-author of the book The Future of the Internet: How to Build a New World (Routledge, 2016). Read more