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DUBAI, UAE, December 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- - Inventor of world wide web and co-founder of Wikipedia honored with first Knowledge Award worth
RÜSCHLIKON, Switzerland, December 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The 12th Gottlieb Duttweiler Prize has been awarded to Britain's Sir Timothy Berners-Lee, who invented the World
HTTP with Accountability, or HTTPA, would automatically monitor the transmission of private data while also allowing the data owner to examine how it's being used.
WASHINGTON, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Web users across the globe share #web25 birthday messages to mark the day Tim Berners-Lee
The Internet will be turning 25 years old this year, but the latest survey sheds light on how not everyone is as appreciative about the creation of the World Wide Web as most have been.
Some of the world’s leading technology companies are joining forces with government agencies and various aid organizations to help bring more affordable Internet access to developing nations.
Google prides itself in being a transparent and open company that shares what’s happening behind its search engine. To this end, the company often releases “Transparency Reports” that detail which governments put in requests to have content removed or receive account information.
Scientists at the European Organization for Nuclear Research, known by its French acronym CERN, are working hard to uncover the world’s first Web page, but are struggling due to the nature of how data is shared.
Worldwide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee is sounding the alarm bell about how much companies know about what we do online, saying forces are “trying to take control of the Internet” in a way that is undermining the founding principles of the Web.
Some 20 years after the World Wide Web come into existence, web preservationists at Cern are piecing together the Internet’s story, giving future generations the chance to see how this grand thing came into existence.
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