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Fast Company Magazine
How To Break Open The WebHow can we make it more private? And how do we keep it fun and evolving? No on
How To Break Open The Web
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 2 hours ago
How can we make it more private? And how do we keep it fun and evolving? No one was more keen to make this happen than Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web and launched the first web page 25 years ago. He had both modest and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Juha Saarinen: Passport and social media presence pleasemedia presence is only partly to observe what they say online. Being able to ca
Juha Saarinen: Passport and social media presence please
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 22 hours ago
media presence is only partly to observe what they say online. Being able to capture metadata such as the location and time of postings, who people speak to and mapping their social media connections, is equally valuable. You might think that... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
What’s wrong with the web, and do we need to fix it?had. The web today is probably more useful and accessible to more people than i
What’s wrong with the web, and do we need to fix it?
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
had. The web today is probably more useful and accessible to more people than it has ever been. Yet for people such as Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, and Vinton Cerf who is often referred to as one of the "fathers of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
What's wrong with the web and do we need to fix it?had. The web today is probably more useful and accessible to more people than i
What's wrong with the web and do we need to fix it?
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
had. The web today is probably more useful and accessible to more people than it has ever been. Yet for people such as Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, and Vinton Cerf who is often referred to as one of the "fathers of the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Proposals to curb online speech viewed as threat to open interneta localized site: there are currently more than 85 country-specific YouTube hom
Proposals to curb online speech viewed as threat to open internet
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
a localized site: there are currently more than 85 country-specific YouTube home pages around the world. Most of the time, it is unclear to what extent the government is demanding the removal of content and for what purposes. Although many... Read more
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Computer Business Review
What is CERN?of the World Wide Web. In 1989, the World Wide Web started life as a CERN proje
What is CERN?
Computer Business Review / Posted 8 days ago
of the World Wide Web. In 1989, the World Wide Web started life as a CERN project named ENQUIRE, initiated by Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Based on the hypertext concept, the project was intended to enable the sharing of information among... Read more
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Wired News
The Inventors of the Internet Are Trying to Build a Truly Permanent Websecure. They want to make it less vulnerable to censorship. But they also want
The Inventors of the Internet Are Trying to Build a Truly Permanent Web
Wired News / Posted 9 days ago
secure. They want to make it less vulnerable to censorship. But they also want to make it more resilient to the sands of time.The Permanent Web Today, much of the responsibility for preserving the web’s history rests on The Internet Archive. The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tackle cyber bullying, William urges Appletrying to tackle online trolls But he admitted that more could be done to stop
Tackle cyber bullying, William urges Apple
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
trying to tackle online trolls But he admitted that more could be done to stop the online bullies World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee will work on a bullying taskforce Prince William, pictured yesterday addressing the Founders Forum in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Europe needs to keep up with US on net neutrality issuehave decried those rules as being just semi-net neutral, including, rather emba
Europe needs to keep up with US on net neutrality issue
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
have decried those rules as being just semi-net neutral, including, rather embarrassingly, the world wide web’s creator Tim Berners-Lee. He pointed to one of the many apparent loopholes and weaknesses in the European rules that would allow... Read more
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Orange County Register
Prince William appears on the cover of Attitude, a gay magazine, with anti-bullying messageIn April, he established a task force to help combat cyberbullying — on Tuesday
Prince William appears on the cover of Attitude, a gay magazine, with anti-bullying message
Orange County Register / Posted 13 days ago
In April, he established a task force to help combat cyberbullying — on Tuesday, Kensington Palace announced that Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web, had joined the effort. William is not the first royal to champion a... Read more
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Web Host Industry Review
Do We Need a More Open, Private, "Decentralized" Internet?Brought to you by The VAR Guy Is it time to rebuild the web? That’s what Tim B
Do We Need a More Open, Private, "Decentralized" Internet?
Web Host Industry Review / Posted 15 days ago
Brought to you by The VAR Guy Is it time to rebuild the web? That’s what Tim Berners-Lee and other internet pioneers are now saying in response to concerns about censorship, electronic spying and excessive centralization on the web. Last week,... Read more
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The New Statesman
From the patterns on a fern to the crinkle of the shoreline, the world needs structures to surviveit is so much more fun to embrace the fascinating mix of people, cultures and l
From the patterns on a fern to the crinkle of the shoreline, the world needs structures to survive
The New Statesman / Posted 15 days ago
it is so much more fun to embrace the fascinating mix of people, cultures and languages that is Europe. Now is not the time to cut ourselves adrift. The forces of globalisation are breaking down barriers to commerce and culture. To be... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Juha Saarinen: Apple ties up software loose endsuse on iOS, or be tempted to use existing solutions ported to iOS. Microsoft f
Juha Saarinen: Apple ties up software loose ends
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
use on iOS, or be tempted to use existing solutions ported to iOS. Microsoft for instance is spending a colossal amount of time and effort on breaking open fortress iOS by releasing flagship software for Apple's mobile operating system, like Office... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Juha Saarinen: Apple ties up software loose endsuse on iOS, or be tempted to use existing solutions ported to iOS. Microsoft f
Juha Saarinen: Apple ties up software loose ends
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 15 days ago
use on iOS, or be tempted to use existing solutions ported to iOS. Microsoft for instance is spending a colossal amount of time and effort on breaking open fortress iOS by releasing flagship software for Apple's mobile operating system, like Office... Read more
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Computer Business Review
What is a browser?it for the user. The same process of navigation, retrieval and display also app
What is a browser?
Computer Business Review / Posted 15 days ago
it for the user. The same process of navigation, retrieval and display also applies to the clicking of hyperlinks. Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the first web browser, WorldWideWeb, in 1990 as a research project. The first widely used web... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
What you missed in tech last week: Snoopers' Charter, Raspberry Pi Gameboymeasures to conduct mass surveillance in the UK. It was a surveillance-focused
What you missed in tech last week: Snoopers' Charter, Raspberry Pi Gameboy
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 16 days ago
measures to conduct mass surveillance in the UK. It was a surveillance-focused kind of week, as World Wide Web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee also came out to slam the internet as the "world's largest surveillance network". We've rounded up the top... Read more
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Arts Journal
This Week’s Top AJ Stories, When Blockbusters Fail Editionsales creates a constant barrage for artists. “It takes an amazing amount of, f
This Week’s Top AJ Stories, When Blockbusters Fail Edition
Arts Journal / Posted 16 days ago
sales creates a constant barrage for artists. “It takes an amazing amount of, for lack of a better word, administrative time. It’s very hard to keep it all going.” Artist Marilyn Minter said she receives requests for donations every week. Rob... Read more
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CNET
Steve Jobs didn't invent the iPhone, says Nancy Pelosiillustrate the importance of federally funded basic research, and how it contri
Steve Jobs didn't invent the iPhone, says Nancy Pelosi
CNET / Posted 18 days ago
illustrate the importance of federally funded basic research, and how it contributed to some of the technology that was ultimately integrated into the iPhone." "Rep. Pelosi was mistaken in her reference to AAAS," the spokeswoman added. Neither... Read more
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The Register
Berners-Lee: WWW is spy netInventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has warned that the intern
Berners-Lee: WWW is spy net
The Register / Posted 18 days ago
Inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has warned that the internet has become the "world's largest surveillance network." Speaking at the Decentralized Web Summit conference in San Francisco run by the Internet Archive, the engineer... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Inventor of the internet wants it to be a more decentralised, secure, and less censored placeComputer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Photo / Getty Images Technology leader
Inventor of the internet wants it to be a more decentralised, secure, and less censored place
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 19 days ago
Computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Photo / Getty Images Technology leaders are meeting in San Francisco this week to discuss making the internet a more decentralised, secure, and less censored place, with an emphasis on privacy and preserving... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon clash in the ITV EU referendum debateAngela Eagle. “Leaving would lead to a bonfire of workers’ rights. “Don’t vot
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon clash in the ITV EU referendum debate
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
Angela Eagle. “Leaving would lead to a bonfire of workers’ rights. “Don’t vote for a race to the bottom. Let’s be optimistic. Let’s be confident of our ability to project our values in Europe and in the world.” Nicola Sturgeon says EU... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon clash in the ITV EU referendum debatedrowning out real debate. The Labour leader appears to have attacked Tory figu
Boris Johnson and Nicola Sturgeon clash in the ITV EU referendum debate
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
drowning out real debate. The Labour leader appears to have attacked Tory figures in his own Remain camp for the second time in a week. He was on the campaign trail with deputy leader Tom Watson and shadow health secretary Heidi Alexander in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
All the action from the EU referendum campaign as it happenscoming soon! #RegisterToVote today.. https://t.co/fLu0Vc6nih Let’s just have a
All the action from the EU referendum campaign as it happens
Daily Mirror / Posted 20 days ago
coming soon! #RegisterToVote today.. https://t.co/fLu0Vc6nih Let’s just have another look at the best bit of that. What a time to be alive The high profile remain backers are coming thick and fast today. Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World... Read more
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New York Post
World Wide Web creator wants more privacy on the internetaround the world, with no centralized control,” the summit’s website declares.
World Wide Web creator wants more privacy on the internet
New York Post / Posted 20 days ago
around the world, with no centralized control,” the summit’s website declares. Among the speakers at the summit is Tim Berners-Lee, the 1989 creator of the World Wide Web. He spoke about its current shortcomings with The New York... Read more
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Fortune
The Web Needs Fixing, Says the Man Who Invented Itthat it seems churlish to criticize it—unless you happen to be the guy who inve
The Web Needs Fixing, Says the Man Who Invented It
Fortune / Posted 20 days ago
that it seems churlish to criticize it—unless you happen to be the guy who invented it in the first place, of course. Sir Tim Berners-Lee (who told me once that anyone who calls him “Sir” in a social setting has to buy a round of drinks) did... Read more
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The New Statesman
Leading, not leaving: Gordon Brown makes a positive case for Europeor something to protect, insulate or shelter them from wave after crushing wave
Leading, not leaving: Gordon Brown makes a positive case for Europe
The New Statesman / Posted 20 days ago
or something to protect, insulate or shelter them from wave after crushing wave of global change. The roots of this sentiment are often economic – to be found in the greatest industrial transformation and occupational reshuffle since the... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Could social media save the English domestic game?by the end of this season, it is expected to come in handy during the 2019 Wome
Could social media save the English domestic game?
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 20 days ago
by the end of this season, it is expected to come in handy during the 2019 Women's World Cup, but it does seem rather optimistic for one of England's less fashionable counties. Derbyshire is the county, after all, where a visiting member of the... Read more
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International Business Times
EU referendum: Kofi Annan and Tim Berners-Lee back Remain in Brexit debate Kofi Annan, the former UN secretary-general, and Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inven
EU referendum: Kofi Annan and Tim Berners-Lee back Remain in Brexit debate
International Business Times / Posted 20 days ago
Kofi Annan, the former UN secretary-general, and Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, are the latest big names to throw their support behind a Remain vote at the EU referendum. They both made the interventions in a special edition... Read more
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The New Statesman
In this week's magazine | A special issue on Britain in Europemembership of the EU (we will give our final view next week) and he is joined i
In this week's magazine | A special issue on Britain in Europe
The New Statesman / Posted 20 days ago
membership of the EU (we will give our final view next week) and he is joined in our pages by Amartya Sen, Linda Colley, Tim Berners-Lee, Michael Sandel, Enda Kenny, Stephen Hawking, Mark Mazower, Ban Ki-moon and many others. We hope you enjoy... Read more
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The Hindu
Reinventing the WebTim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web as a way for scientists to find info
Reinventing the Web
The Hindu / Posted 20 days ago
Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web as a way for scientists to find information. It has since become the world’s most powerful medium for knowledge, communications and commerce. “It’s been great,” he said, “but spying, blocking sites,... Read more
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Business Standard India
The World Wide Web's creator is now looking to reinvent itTwenty-seven years ago, Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web as a way for
The World Wide Web's creator is now looking to reinvent it
Business Standard India / Posted 20 days ago
Twenty-seven years ago, Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web as a way for scientists to easily find information. It has since become the world's most powerful medium for knowledge, communications and commerce - but that doesn't mean Berners-Lee... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Sir Tim Berners-Lee: Internet has become 'world’s largest surveillance network'WORLD WIDE WEB CREATOR Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said that the internet has falle
Sir Tim Berners-Lee: Internet has become 'world’s largest surveillance network'
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 20 days ago
WORLD WIDE WEB CREATOR Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said that the internet has fallen into the hands of large corporations and governments and become the "world’s largest surveillance network". "It controls what people see. It creates mechanisms for how... Read more
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Daily Mail
Can tarantula venom help treat pain?carried by the Togo starburst tarantula, which is found in West Africa, cause a
Can tarantula venom help treat pain?
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
carried by the Togo starburst tarantula, which is found in West Africa, cause an excruciating and piercing pain in bite victims. But scientists have found these toxins also target a previously unknown biochemical pathway in the nerves that sense... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tim Berners-Lee’s vision for the internet future revealedTim Berners-Lee’s vision for the internet revealed: Web founder says he wants '
Tim Berners-Lee’s vision for the internet future revealed
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Tim Berners-Lee’s vision for the internet revealed: Web founder says he wants 'no censorship or centralised control' The inventor of the internet met with others at a summit in San Francisco Future visions of the web would see no censorship or... Read more
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Zero Hedge
June 8paid warehouse staff below the statutory minimum wage by requiring them to queu
June 8
Zero Hedge / Posted 21 days ago
paid warehouse staff below the statutory minimum wage by requiring them to queue for security checks on their own time. - On Tuesday, top computer scientists along with World Wide Web creator Tim Berners-Lee brainstormed at an event,... Read more
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Lifehacker Australia
The History Of Computing Is Both Evolution And Revolutionpersonal computers, which at that stage were standalone, used almost entirely f
The History Of Computing Is Both Evolution And Revolution
Lifehacker Australia / Posted 23 days ago
personal computers, which at that stage were standalone, used almost entirely for gaming and word processing. At the same time, networking technologies became pervasive in university computer science departments, where they enabled, for the first... Read more
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The Register
Capitalize 'Internet'? AP says no – Vint Cerf says yesprotectors of our grammar. It's gone so long that it has its own Wikipedia page
Capitalize 'Internet'? AP says no – Vint Cerf says yes
The Register / Posted 25 days ago
protectors of our grammar. It's gone so long that it has its own Wikipedia page. Most notable among the critics this time, however, was Vint Cerf: the so-called "father of the internet," since he co-invented the critical TCP/IP protocols that... Read more
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Boston Herald
Children’s champions feted at UNICEF galaThough way past the bedtime for many tots, the UNICEF Children’s Champion Award
Children’s champions feted at UNICEF gala
Boston Herald / Posted 26 days ago
Though way past the bedtime for many tots, the UNICEF Children’s Champion Award Dinner last night was all about the junior league. The swanky UNICEF New England Community soiree, held at TheCastle at the Park Plaza, honored Red Sox legend Pedro and... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube team up to tackle online hate speechplaguing the platform, and recently launched its own anti-troll team to tackle
Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube team up to tackle online hate speech
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 28 days ago
plaguing the platform, and recently launched its own anti-troll team to tackle online threats. World Wide Web founder Tim Berners-Lee criticised Twitter earlier this year for its "negativity and bullying", suggesting that the site is built in... Read more
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express
Microsoft just BANNED your terrible passwordsa password, most online users opt for an easy-to-guess word or phrase. Yes, it
Microsoft just BANNED your terrible passwords
express / Posted 1 months ago
a password, most online users opt for an easy-to-guess word or phrase. Yes, it might be a staggering 26 years since Sir Tim Berners-Lee built the first website, but it appears we still have yet to master the art of online security. For example,... Read more

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