tim berners lee
The internet turns 30 on 12 March and like most 30-year-olds it is having a bit of a crisis of identity about what it's meant to be doing, who it belongs to and how it's supposed to make money. Creator Tim Berners-Lee has been pretty vocal about his disappointment at how things have turned out - but is there a chance it can still turn things around?
Six years on and it's not pretty.
Led by Sir Tim, the UK pioneered the web. As a country we can also pioneer a fairer, more responsible internet which works for the benefit of everyone in society
For people that generate ideas, particularly in the internet age, it is worth seriously looking at the trade-off between protection and pace of growth. Some innovations are naturally suited to intellectual property protection, such as new technical ways to achieve something.
Tim Berners-Lee said the misuse of data has created a 'chilling effect on free speech'.
World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said the impact of fake news is increasingly concerning, as he unveiled plans
Nearly 20 years ago, Tim Berners-Lee suggested that the power of the web was in its universality. “Access by everyone regardless
Today marks the 25th anniversary of the internet: the day the public gained access to the World Wide Web. Known as ‘Internaut