Internet Founder Expresses Concern Over Internet Censorship, Net NeutralityMark Melin
Tim Berners-Lee, founder of the World Wide Web Foundation and who is credited with being the “founder” of the Internet, said today Internet access should be considered a basic human right while he lashed out at growing government censorship and commercial manipulation.
Tim Berners-Lee's view on net neutrality
Weighing in on the net neutrality debate and the National Security Agency’s efforts to bulk spy on citizens across the world, including its own citizens, Lee took a view on the issue that . . .
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