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The Philippine Inquirer
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Zuckerberg's solar-powered internet dronereach. Some 1.6 billion people live in such areas today, according to Facebook,
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Zuckerberg's solar-powered internet drone
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 4 days ago
reach. Some 1.6 billion people live in such areas today, according to Facebook, and are unlikely to get connected any time soon given the remoteness of these regions. Oddly, the company makes no mention of satellites as a means of... Read more
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Londonist
#Londonisopen In More Ways Than You ThinkLeon and Hannah Foulds of London’s Open Data Institute – an organisation co-fou
#Londonisopen In More Ways Than You Think
Londonist / Posted 6 days ago
Leon and Hannah Foulds of London’s Open Data Institute – an organisation co-founded by the inventor of the web Sir Tim Berners-Lee – explore the ways London is a world leader in openness. #LondonIsOpen in its attitude London has a history... Read more
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The Register
EU Net Neutrality debate heats up as Tim-Berners Lee weighs inclaim that 5G will need special rules to justify the investment in network roll
EU Net Neutrality debate heats up as Tim-Berners Lee weighs in
The Register / Posted 6 days ago
claim that 5G will need special rules to justify the investment in network rollout. Over at the World Wide Web Foundation, Tim Berners-Lee urged the regulator not to “cave in to telecommunications carriers’ manipulative tactics.” The European... Read more
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The Telegraph
Tripper heavenwe would never stray into Zone 3. I wasn't so sure. What if we did? One of the
Tripper heaven
The Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
we would never stray into Zone 3. I wasn't so sure. What if we did? One of the tasks of travel is to worry. The first time we used the card we ignored the lift and took the stairs. For fifty-somethings staircases are proving grounds; galloping... Read more
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CNET
Tim Berners-Lee'Save the open internet in Europe' pleads web inventor How the Web was nearly
Tim Berners-Lee
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
'Save the open internet in Europe' pleads web inventor How the Web was nearly the Mesh in podcast 380 Web inventor Berners-Lee to answer your questions in Reddit AMA 25 years ago the Web was born (pictures) 25 years ago the Web... Read more
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CNET
'Save the open internet in Europe' pleads web inventor Tim Berners-LeeTim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has made an impassioned ar
'Save the open internet in Europe' pleads web inventor Tim Berners-Lee
CNET / Posted 11 days ago
Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the world wide web, has made an impassioned argument in favour of net neutrality in Europe, calling on European citizens to stop legislation that could see the creation of so-called internet "fast lanes". In an open... Read more
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11d
AdWeek
Here's to Getting Past the Internet's Ugly Teen Yearsinternet is that awkward, embarrassing teenager. The chronology kinda matches.
Here's to Getting Past the Internet's Ugly Teen Years
AdWeek / Posted 11 days ago
internet is that awkward, embarrassing teenager. The chronology kinda matches. While the internet was invented by Tim Berners Lee 27 years ago, it didn't reach more than a third of the U.S. population until 1999, making it about 17 years... Read more
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The Verge
Sir Tim Berners-Lee makes a last-minute plea to save net neutrality in EuropeSir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who created the world wide web, is calling on regu
Sir Tim Berners-Lee makes a last-minute plea to save net neutrality in Europe
The Verge / Posted 11 days ago
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the man who created the world wide web, is calling on regulators in Europe to protect net neutrality and "save the open internet." In a letter released this week, Berners-Lee, Stanford law professor Barbara van Schewick, and... Read more
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11d
Sussex Express
The future is bright and excitinghow dire the UK economy was with constant strikes, power cuts, rising unemploym
The future is bright and exciting
Sussex Express / Posted 11 days ago
how dire the UK economy was with constant strikes, power cuts, rising unemployment and the 1973 oil crisis. Europe at that time was thriving and looked like a beacon for the future. During the 2016 campaign, I have been reading historian Dominic... Read more
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Fortune
Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee Wants Europeans To Rescue Net NeutralityTim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the World Wide Web, has pleaded with EU r
Web Inventor Tim Berners-Lee Wants Europeans To Rescue Net Neutrality
Fortune / Posted 12 days ago
Tim Berners-Lee, the man who invented the World Wide Web, has pleaded with EU regulators to sew up the loopholes in the bloc’s new net neutrality rules, which aim to maintain a level playing field on the Internet. Berners-Lee, along with activist... Read more
13d
CircleID
Open Internet Access on the Line in BrusselsThat effectively imposes a tax on your use of alternative independent services,
Open Internet Access on the Line in Brussels
CircleID / Posted 13 days ago
That effectively imposes a tax on your use of alternative independent services, which do count against your bandwidth cap. Tim Berners-Lee recently quoted in Tech Dirt, both as a European, and as inventor of the world wide web, spotlighted new... Read more
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iTWire
ANU selected for lead web development roleWeb security – these are areas our researchers are already involved in.” Found
ANU selected for lead web development role
iTWire / Posted 13 days ago
Web security – these are areas our researchers are already involved in.” Founded in 1994 by the inventor of the Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, W3C has overseen more than 345 technical standards that make the Web work. Its members include Microsoft,... Read more
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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 27 days 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 28 days 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 30 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 1 months 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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