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If India and the US can create tangible cooperation in cyber security and the digital economy, it would send a message to developing countries that digital spaces can be effectively secured while accounting for the freedoms of expression and commerce on the internet.
As India and similar countries work to regulate cybersecurity, norms and laws must allow technology to be its own antidote. Where state intervention is omnipresent, a light government touch in the digital realm is needed to respond to social challenges, poverty, food and energy needs.