The World Wide Web's Inventor Has a Plan to Fix It
Here's the contract
It took a few decades, but the guy who invented the World Wide Web is working to set some ground rules for its use.
This week, the World Wide Web Foundation, where Tim Berners-Lee is a founding director, announced what it calls a “Contract for the Web,” which encourages organizations and individuals to take steps to keep the internet accessible, safe and ethical.
“The web was designed to bring people together and make knowledge freely available. It has changed the world for good and improved the lives of billions,” the contract website states. “Yet, many people are still unable to access its benefits, and, for others, the web comes with too many unacceptable costs.”
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