Advice for how the government can confront the reality of a fragmented internet

WWW stands for worldwide web. But the internet as envisioned in the early 1990s has devolved into fragments. Foreign actors in many sections of the internet actively seek to deny the United States and its allies free use of the internet. They even try to foster civil unrest and violence. Federal Drive host Tom Temin spoke with someone who said this reality ought to be more baked into U.S. foreign policy. He was part of a task force looking at this by the Council on Foreign Relations, former CIA officer Guillermo Christensen, now with the law firm K & L Gates.