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Tim Berners-Lee
Director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) w3.org, the place to agree on web standards. Founded webfoundation.org - let the web serve humanity
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Tim Berners-Lee Jun 18
This will be vary valuable. Will hopefully help ensure that technology and society advance in a coordinated way, one which benefits humanity. Congratulations and, thank you Stephen Schwarzman!
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Demand Progress Jun 11
AMAZING! advocates turned out BIG on Capitol Hill today to deliver 3.5 million petitions and comments to in support of strong open internet protections It's TIME — McConnell must allow a vote now on the Act to restore crucial protections!
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Tim Berners-Lee Jun 11
Sign the Net Neutrality petition like I just did
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Tim Berners-Lee Jun 4
Join me and at Enterprise World this July as we discuss the changes that are possible – and necessary – to ensure that information is used for good
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Adrian Lovett Jun 3
Thank you for being on board for the ride we've taken over the last 18 months, bumps and all...this moment when we all got educated by girls in Lagos was definitely a high! Good luck
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Tim Berners-Lee May 27
How the Contract is being worked out
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Tim Berners-Lee May 21
A rare opportunity to join the WF team! and help save the web...
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Calum Cameron May 20
Come just us at the & be part of the fight for a future that works for everyone. We're hiring a -based Special Assistant to the President & CEO (this guy 👉 ).
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Mayor of London Apr 15
At City Hall we’re proud to have worked with on this groundbreaking research into how can unlock the value of data while retaining trust and protecting people and organisations from harm. Find out more:
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The Web Foundation Apr 15
"The privilege of being online comes with rights and responsibilities, and we need to actively ask what kind of citizenship we want to encourage." A timely reminder from that we all have a role to play in creating a better web.
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Tim Berners-Lee Apr 1
Replying to @timberners_lee
In fact interoperability with Blefuscu is still elusive as the Emperor insists that domain names are ordered from big to little domain, like rather than the other way around.
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Tim Berners-Lee Apr 1
Great that today Lilliput and Blefuscu now have their own TLD name, .lil IANA gave in, squashing the complaint that the islands were fictitious on the grounds that more than half the web was anyway. "On the Internet, no one knows you are little" said a spokesman.
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 16
Replying to @mdubinko
Simplicity, modularity, and declarative specs all make it easier for other to implement -- if that is what you actually want
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Andrus Ansip Mar 13
In 2016, the most comprehensive rules came into force in the EU. These ensure the right to the open internet without discrimination or interference. Happy birthday, !
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 13
Wonderful energy and creativity — girl power at W.TEC in Lagos — should inspire girls all over the world to get into tech
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 13
In 2009, Rosemary Leith and I founded the . Since then, it has helped make the web more empowering for more and more people . If you can, consider donating to support our work:
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 12
Thank you London, thank you , thank you ! Now on to Lagos!
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 12
I stopped by my old office at yesterday, where I worked on the WWW. Jakub is there now — doing his bit — working on data storage.
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 12
I’m taking a 30-hour journey with to celebrate the web’s 30th birthday. First stop — where it all began. We’ll be visiting London, UK today and finishing in Lagos, Nigeria tomorrow. Follow the celebrations at .
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Tim Berners-Lee Mar 12
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