Over the past few years it’s been encouraging to follow reports, particularly in The Christian Science Monitor, that show world governments taking a stand for honest innovation. For example, at the G20 summit in Turkey in November 2015, “The leaders of the G20 nations—including from major cyber powers such as Russia, China, and the US but also from Brazil, India, and Indonesia—approved this latest UN GGE [Group of Governmental Experts] report [on cyberspace norms] and called out several specific norms, including most surprisingly the prohibition on commercial espionage.
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