How can we Build a Normative Framework Adapted to the Information Space?
Alexandre Menais, EVP Group General Counsel, Atos International, France
Alike industrial revolutions, the digital revolution has deeply impacted our social, economic and technological models. We are nevertheless only on the brink of great overturns that will challenge our uses and our models of society, including law. The exponential widespread of the Internet these last sixty years has brought Man into a new era of dematerialization, paving the way to the digital world and the creation of a new space, the information space, alongside the terrestrial, maritime and air spaces. Just as it was made for the latter over the last centuries, it is now necessary to supervise and regulate this new dematerialized space. This is a major challenge, as the effects of new technologies are primarily conditioned by uses.
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