Borders are an important part of interaction. The physical earth and the borders it provides to distinguish territory, countries, populations and societies are set forth by and managed by policies that help ensure proper trade, interaction, money exchange, safety, and travel.
It goes the same way for the cyber world – largely based out of the mass of furnished data console called the Internet. Really, borders are necessary there, on the Internet for the same reasons why they are necessary in the physical world – for safety, proper interaction, trade, exchange and travel.
The Internet, a mass of information and its travel just migrated its masses to cyber security challenges that it did not expect. The new stage for information, communication, and interaction just became a space for security as well.
Cyber space, in recent years have seen many challenges such as piracy, invasion of privacy and even threats as dangerous as cyber terror. Expectations for globalisation and bringing the world together did not anticipate on big mass with such problems of course but unfortunately, it was what came along with the new Internet experience of recent years.
For this reason, it is important for the Internet to now bring about better travel mechanisms with borders that will manage the space better with consideration for people and spaces. Requirements similar to air or ground travel that requires documents, Internet travels will soon be more secure with similar documents called “Certificates” that protects the end user by delivering safe and legal travel.
Together is great but the separation that secure travel pathways will create definitive borders that will keep withing its regions information secure in the means that it needs for the region that its in. Whether it be in region for business, government, agency, or home.