The latest post on ‘ReadWrite’ is titled “What Would An Internet Bill Of Rights Look Like?”.

Lauren Orsini says, “On March 12, 1989, British inventor Tim Berners-Lee filed the proposal for an “information management system” that would later become known as the World Wide Web. Now, on the Web’s 25th birthday, Berners-Lee is calling for something to be done about protecting users’ privacy rights on the Internet.

In a statement released Wednesday, Berners-Lee posed the question, “How do we build a universal Web accessible to all regardless of physical or cognitive capabilities?”

“We need a global constitution—a bill of rights,” he told the Guardian, answering his own question. His vision is to create a “Magna Carta” for the Internet“.

What Would An Internet Bill Of Rights Look Like?


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