Inventor of the Internet Discusses Todays Internet Issues & Privacy

From UK news from CERN

Tim Berners-Lee who developed the World Wide Web at CERN in the 1980s will be the first of the BBC Radio 4 Today programme’s Christmas guest editors.
Tim will take to the airwaves on 26 December and use his programme to start a conversation about the open web. He has commissioned BBC correspondents to produce reports assessing just how open the web is and to examine what threats there might be to its openness in the future. The programme will also consider the issue of Net Neutrality and the benefits (and dangers) of self-diagnosis online.

You can listen live online at the link below (on the 26th)

British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the world-wide web, champions open data


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