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Science Museum Mar 12
❓Always wanted to ask a question about the web? 🖥️ Share your question with and Tim could answer during our live broadcast tonight. 📺 Watch live from 17.00 GMT
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The Web Foundation Mar 12
Don't forget that you can ask your questions for at
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VCLA at TU Wien Mar 12
could you imagine sharing your perspective & plans for truly free at a public debate, free of charge, in Vienna as part of our discussion series at Faculty of Informatics ? :)
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Jamie Bartlett Mar 12
“Your decision to make the web free was inspired, well-intentioned and very honourable. (Thank you!) But it also helped create the ads-for-data business model that’s behind many of the problems we have today. Would you go back and change it if you could?”
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MoniquevanDusseldorp Mar 12
if you could start over with the knowledge you now have, what would you differently? Would the architecture of the web be different?
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Matt Pyne Mar 12
Dear Sir Tim, what was your biggest internet shopping mistake?
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.alt Mar 12
Sir Tim Berners-Lee wants an internet of conversation and debate. What a great idea! Open, free and with no discrimination. For the people with disabiities, non-native english speakers. What a message. Congratulations!  
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Tommy Hearne Mar 12
The internet is all about openness, sharing and communities. Intellectual property is all about protection, defense and commercialisation. How will that battle play out?
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Stefan Haselwimmer #StopBrexit Mar 12
Dear Tim, what is the greatest challenge do you think to the use of the internet in tackling climate change? Would you say it's improving collaboration so everyone works together on a shared goal?
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Edie Lush Mar 12
What specific actions do we need to take to alleviate or prevent the growing disparity in jobs & growth that could be part of the disruptions brought to DEVELOPING economies by ? What developing countries are taking action others could emulate?
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4YaParty Weddings & Events Mar 12
Happy 30th Birthday to the internet! Connecting people all over the world 🌍
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Gert Van Waelvelde Mar 12
Sir Tim, isn't the simple fact that I can ask you a question in this way one of the most amazing things the Web has made possible? Two-way communication around the world between two people who otherwise would be unlikely to be able to talk to one another. Thank you!
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Alex R Mar 12
What are your opinions on the EU's article 13?
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Seyi Akiwowo Mar 12
Dear Sir Tim, with online harms such as abuse and bullying on the rise and disproportionately affecting women and young people, what does digital citizenship mean to you? and how do we begin to embed this tech ethic into our societies' values and DNA?
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Jj Mar 12
Experience shows that people cares more about convenience than privacy, security, decentralization which only makes the web giants bigger and difficult to tackle relying on users to shift seems very difficult, what can be done?
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Jj Mar 12
Learning how to build the internet requires university degree or self interest (being a geek). Are there plans to include such skills in regular school programs? just like history, math and "internet" classes
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Michael Nelson Mar 12
Q for at : Do you agree when regulators argue, "Internet is a mature technology and needs to be regulated." Is there any, possible way to ensure governments regulating today's Internet don't hinder tomorrow's innovators?
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Tasha Morrison Mar 12
where can we expand the potentials of the web?
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Adarsh Prasad Mar 12
Sir! Thanks for ! What would your advice be to next gen innovators towards the goal of getting next 50 percentage enabled?
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Matt Aish Mar 12
what's the best meme?
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