Tim Berners-Lee launches 'Contract for the Web' to govern internet giants and governments

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Sir Tim Berners-Lee pictured in 2012
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Sir Tim Berners-Lee pictured in 2012

Google, Facebook and others sign-up to Berners-Lee's 'global plan of action to make our online world safe and empowering for everyone'

Sir Tim Berners-Lee has launched what he has called a ‘Contract for the Web', intended to govern the behaviour of both internet giants, such as Google and Facebook, and governments. The Contract...

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