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Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee unveils plan to save the internet

By DW
25 November 2019   |   11:12 am
Thirty years after he invented the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee has released what he calls a "roadmap to build a better web." His plan aims to halt abuse of the internet by governments, companies and individuals.

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