Tim Berners-Lee says it would be defeatist to think that the web, now celebrating its 30th anniversary, cannot be changed for the better, writes Martyn Landi
There can hardly be more valuable personality traits than a robust sense of optimism and great physical and intellectual energy.
NEXT Friday, Donald Trump will be sworn in as the 45th president of the United States of America.
The internet is incompatible with security, both national and personal, because it was never a priority from its inception according to a new book, says JP O’Malley.
John Daly rounds up the best and most informative business, management, and financial books of the year
Improved forecasts at the outset of the year were made real by the best Christmas figures for retailers in five years.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, has called on social networks to do more to tackle gender inequality online.
The inventor of the world wide web said he is fighting a growing battle to keep the internet out of the hands of powerful people who threaten its freedom.
An internet to benefit everyone
The foundation which operates Wikipedia has issued new criticism of the ‘right to be forgotten’ ruling, calling it "unforgivable censorship".
Technology giant Google has launched a new system that allows web users to request information about them be removed from search results in the wake of the "right to be forgotten" ruling.
Google is accepting requests from Europeans who want to purge unflattering information that pops up about them in Web links retrieved by the world’s dominant search engine.
A British politician seeking re-election has made requests to Google to have results removed from the search engine following the “right to be forgotten” ruling.
A British politician seeking re-election has made requests to Google to have results removed from the search engine following the "right to be forgotten" ruling.
The inventor of the world wide web has called for a global digital “bill of rights” similar to the Magna Carta to protect internet users as the medium he created prepared to mark its 25th anniversary.
This day 25 years ago the World Wide Web — brainchild of computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee — was conceived.
This week the world will mark the 25th anniversary of one of the greatest, deepest, fastest, far-reaching, and evolving changes in how the world’s 7bn people live, and how we will live, for ever more.
The 25th anniversary of the world wide web will be celebrated around the globe this week. The milestone will be marked on Wednesday, a quarter of a century since it was first proposed in 1989 by British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee.
The 25th anniversary of the world wide web will be celebrated around the globe this week.
Edward Snowden did the world a favour by revealing the scale of surveillance by governments, according to the inventor of the internet.
Internet freedom activist Aaron Swartz was “killed by the US government”, his father told mourners.
Big name singers, actors and even the inventor of the world wide web spoke of their pride at being a part of London 2012’s live opening ceremony.
SO Bono is up for another award. This time for changing the world.
IRISHMAN John Fingleton is the best paid civil servant in Britain, new figures released yesterday revealed.
Web users are to be given a groundbreaking role in shaping a BBC2 series, it was announced today.
The internet is celebrating its 15th birthday today.
The inventor of the world wide web, British scientist Tim Berners-Lee, has been named as the first winner of the Millennium Technology Prize by the Finnish Technology Award Foundation, winning €1m as a result.
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