Father of the World Wide Web Launches Campaign to Save the Internet From Itself

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In honor of his brainchild’s 30th birthday, Sir Tim Berners-Lee has a bone to pick with the likes of Google, Facebook, Verizon, AT&T, and the FCC. Like any good parent, he’s not so sure these so-called friends have his World Wide Web’s best interests at heart, so he’s laying down some ground rules.

Introduced at last year’s Web Summit in Lisbon, but relaunched on this ever so joyous occasion, Berners-Lee’s Contract for the Web seeks to reverse the social, corporate, and governmental trends jeopardizing his creation’s future.