Key Inventor Behind Web Calls for “Digital Bill of Rights”

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The inventor whose ideas helped launch the World Wide Web is calling for a "digital bill of rights" to advance free and open access to information online, just as the Internet officially turns 25 years old on Wednesday. Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who back in 1989 created a proposal for what would eventually become the Web, detailed in a Google blog post about the need to draft a digital bill of rights that would address access, censorship and net neutrality. Berners-Lee is directing people to an online campaign where people from different countries can work together to draft their own digital bill of rights.

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