The World Wide Web Foundation has presented, on the second anniversary of the creation of the Internet, as a new Internet Contract, a kind of social contract to avoid the worst dangerous.
In a public letter, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, founder and inventor of the web, reflected on how the Internet has changed the world and we must do to build a better network than the service of all Humanity.
Proposes a contract for the web
For companies (for economically accessible Internet, respect user data). and the best and the best challenges of human nature for the network and the public and the citizens, the creative and the constructive on the web, the strong communities. that respect human dignity, and that fight for the Internet in a global public resource forever).
The page invites you to join the fight for a web “in values”.
I have signed.
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