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
Key figures in the development of technology through the ages
The internet isn't the only mainstream technology to come out of CERN
Plans to force both public-sector organisations and mobile network providers to pool their digital resources are doomed to fail, argues Chris Middleton, founder of Strategist Magazine, explains why
Top 10 IT news stories of the week: Naive Tim Berners-Lee, Liam Maxwell speaks out about government IT and cash machines that keep on giving
Why on Earth would Computing readers be so interested in malware that can enable attackers to empty cash machines?
Tim Berners-Lee's solutions to the problem of personal data privacy, shared at IP Expo today, don't address the biggest challenge: most people just don't care
Seventy-six of the 81 countries examined did not meet best practice standards for checks and balances on government interception of electronic communications
In the wake of US and UK web spying revelations, the inventor of HTML warns against government and corporate takeover of internet
Proposals aim to combat cybercrime, says Whitehall
Eight new countries join scheme designed to promote transparency in government data
Up to £25,000 up for grabs to encourage start-ups to take up opportunities arising from open data
Wikipedia founder calls controversial Bill a 'snooper's charter', while Berners-Lee labels it 'draconian'