Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee says we must all address this dangerous trend

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When the world celebrated the web’s 30th birthday a year ago, we were reminded of the incredible things it has enabled — and all that we stand to lose if we don’t fight for it. I asked everyone to join together and do what they can to make sure the next 30 years of the web is even greater than the last.

A year later, with the help of activists, academics, policymakers, and business people across the world, the Web Foundation has built and published a Contract for the Web — endorsed by companies, institutions, and thousands of organizations and individuals — designed to protect and shape a web that is safe, empowering, and available to all. …


Tim Berners-Lee

Director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) w3.org, the place to agree on web standards. Founded webfoundation.org - let the web serve humanity

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