world wide web

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?
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