A total of 61 nations, including the US, UK and EU member states, have come together to sign the Declaration for the Future of the Internet, which outlines a number of digital commitments related to maintaining internet commerce. The pledges within the declaration include "a global Internet that advances the free flow of information" and the promotion of "trust in the global digital ecosystem, including through protection of privacy." While collaborating globally to achieve these principles, participants will continue "respecting each other's regulatory autonomy within our own jurisdictions."
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