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Op-Ed: Reinventing the Internet— Regulate, modernize, or both?

Sydney - People are fed up with an internet which is as much a risk as an asset. Nor is online business so great for revenue or risks. Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the guy who invented the internet, wants regulation. That may not be enough.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee calls for 'regulatory framework' for big tech

Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said the web is "under threat" from giant tech firms. Writing for the Web Foundation on the 29th birthday of the web, he said regulation may be required to prevent tech giants from interfering with the "open, creative space."

Tim Berners-Lee thinks the web's facing a 'nasty storm' of issues

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, creator of the World Wide Web, has discussed his opinions on net neutrality, fake news and aggressive ads. He said more needs to be done to protect the web's open nature and prevent it being abused, warning "the system is failing."

What the 'decentralised web' movement means for you

Sir Tim Berners-Lee is working on a new version of the Internet that's meant to be a truly "decentralised" system. Reviving the concept of the decentralised web returns us to its early days of development, ensuring its open and free nature.

Sir Tim Berners-Lee wins Turing Award for inventing the web

Sir Tim Berners-Lee has been given the Turing Award, widely regarded to be the Nobel Prize of computing, for inventing the World Wide Web. He has publicly criticised government and corporate attempts to undermine the Internet's encryption and neutrality.

'Steve Jobs: Billion Dollar Hippy'

Steve Jobs died October 5. This is the BBC's potted one hour biography of the co-founder of both Apple and Pixar: the man, his vision, and his massive contribution to this new age.

The World Wide Web celebrating 20 years - one GigaByte at a time

London - The World Wide Web has been a revolutionary concept and has given billions around the world the opportunity to access unlimited amounts of information, interact with someone 5,000 miles away and to even work from home. It's now 20 years old.

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