The Future of the Internet: decentralisation for cyber security

By: Nick Lambert, Chief Operating Officer, MaidSafe
Published: Monday, January 25, 2016 - 12:03 GMT

We cannot carry on spinning the roulette wheel that is cyber security, knowing that the “castle and moat” approach has failed to protect commercial interests and citizens’ identities.

I have spoken before about the current Internet model being broken and of the need for a fundamental re-design where users are in control of their data. We should accept the results of countless consumer surveys that point to users becoming increasingly fatigued and disenchanted with surveillance as a business model (your data in return for free services), and acknowledge that the shared economy,…

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