'Far too many young people' are excluded from the internet, resulting in a global digital divide
Next stop the open web
Berners-Lee's Inrupt releases first commercial offering, the privacy-preserving Enterprise Solid Server
ESS offers a route to 'inclusive capitalism', says CEO John Bruce
Google, Facebook and others sign-up to Berners-Lee's 'global plan of action to make our online world safe and empowering for everyone'
The idea behind Berners-Lee's Inrupt is to flip the rules of who controls data on the web
Solid developer and inrupt advisor on progress with Berners-Lee's vision of re-decentralising the web.
Companies like Facebook and Amazon are too dominant and hold too much power, says the father of the World Wide Web
New startup to drive adoption of decentralised web project aimed at passing control from tech giants to users
The Decentralized Web Summit is over - what's next?
Proposed EU copyright laws would undermine EU dot-coms, campaigners warn
Despite all the fake news, ODI chief Sir Nigel Shadbolt remains 'resolutely optimistic about the emancipating power of good data'
The UK needs to treat data as infrastructure in the same way as roads and the power grid
Universal Basic Income is a sticking plaster - a real cure for technology-driven disparity is needed
The UBI sidesteps the most important question - who controls the data?
The internet's vulnerability to attack, censorship and manipulation cannot be cured by sticking-plaster solutions, says Nick Lambert
Imperial College and Manchester University to pioneer research into robotics, micro-robotics and AI
Tim Berners-Lee doesn't agree with you, Randall
Snoopers' Charter is a 'security nightmare' that rides roughshod over privacy, warns Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Berners-Lee blasts coach-and-horses driven through security and privacy by government
Berners-Lee joins others in the fight for a more secure, private and neutral internet
Net neutrality may be upheld by law - but for how long, as "business" comes a-knocking?
Tim Berners-Lee slams Twitter's 'negativity and bullying'; suggests new 'constructive' social networks now required
'We have responsibility to think how to build systems… to produce constructive criticism and harmony' says World Wide Web founder
UK government data collection agencies should report directly to the public, says Sir Tim Berners-Lee
"If you want to take away my privacy, what are you going to actually do?" asks Berners-Lee
Governments and companies will 'wait until we're sleeping' then destroy net neutrality, warns Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Stay ever vigilant, advises the father of the World Wide Web
The 'World Wide Web' information page is still alive and kicking
ISPs allowed to discriminate in favour of 'specialised services' under new EU law
Give up all your data, keep it all back, or find a compromise? The future's not yet written