In the wake of Snowden, governments scrambled to secure their data by regaining “technological sovereignty”. That approach misses the point.
Mirko Hohmann / @mirkohohmann
Research Associate with the Global Public Policy Institute
Mirko Hohmann is a research associate with the Global Public Policy Institute. His research interests include global security, the intersection of technology and policy-making as well as development. He contributes to GPPi's work on Global Internet Politics and supports the Global Governance Futures team.