Tim Berners-Lee

Tim Berners-Lee

@timberners_lee

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Director of W3C (https://t.co/uyt4YeYD5u), the Web standards place. Founded https://t.co/kq0t1e4pVj - let web serve humanity. CTO https://t.co/vsUasPsY5r to develop https://t.co/iPoqAldF1M

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Joined on October 22, 2009
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Just deployed the first version of the ShapeRepo! (https://t.co/CbekhtVtDx) Browse between over 200 schemas to make your #Solid apps interoperable. Reach out if you want to add a shape describing your project.

Another part of the solid ecosystem starts to take shape .. exciting .. https://t.co/0tZWDIYD8p

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For more on this new approach to organizing and sharing personal data, read my op-ed in @TIME https://t.co/P94mWpuRt4 6/6

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Let’s focus on making the post-COVID-19 world more effective than it was before. Our future depends on it. 5/6

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The momentum for this new and vibrant web is already palpable. https://t.co/e7O5lPgywH 4/6

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I, with a growing number of dedicated engineers, have been working on a different kind of technology for the web: Solid. It’s an update to the web - a course-correction - that provides you with a trusted place to store all your digital information https://t.co/7VgXDYDP1N 3/6

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Think of all the data your life has accumulated through the various applications you use - social gatherings, frequent contacts, recent travel, health, fitness, photos, and so on. Why can none of that information be combined and used to help you, especially during a crisis? 2/6

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COVID-19 underscores how urgently we need a new approach to organizing and sharing personal data. https://t.co/P94mWpuRt4 1/6

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Just about to go on stage at @campusparty with @vgcerf and @algore. Tune in: https://t.co/33NJoHQjTs #RebootTheWorld

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Statement from our Director of Policy, @EmilyCSharpe, on the election information efforts announced today by #Facebook.

Read here: https://t.co/32y8EN3eV7 https://t.co/xZeHevFChq

Statement from our Director of Policy, @EmilyCSharpe, on the election information efforts announced today by #Facebook. Read here: https://t.co/32y8EN3eV7 https://t.co/xZeHevFChq

For more on how we can make sure everyone can turn to the web in times of need or normality, read my op-ed in @guardian. 10/10 https://t.co/mMth8b13f1

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Just as the world decided that electricity and water are basic needs that should reach everyone, now is our moment to fight for the web as a basic right. Let’s be the generation that delivers universal internet access. 9/10

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We can all play a role & help make sure that everyone is able get online and share the benefits we enjoy. Call for action from your government. Support a tech NGO like the @webfoundation. Back the Contract for the Web. 8/10 https://t.co/gM4bUjgs4s

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Governments must lead the way by investing in infrastructure, public access and digital literacy initiatives. Service providers must invest in network performance, reliability and coverage so that everyone is within reach of high-quality connectivity. 7/10

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But we must look beyond this crisis. As Covid-19 changes our lives, we have an opportunity for big, bold action. We must recognise the web as an essential utility which governments and companies should work together to deliver as a basic right. 6/10

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We must extend the web to more people as quickly as possible. @A4A_Internet, an initiative of the @webfoundation, has outlined steps governments and companies can take now. 5/10 https://t.co/5UmE4ZfJqS

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The challenge extends to the wealthiest nations too. In the UK, 60,000 children have no internet at home and device poverty stops many more from learning online. In the US, an estimated 12 million children live in homes without broadband connectivity. 4/10

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Women in particular are excluded. Men are 21% more likely to be online — rising to 52% in the world's least developed countries. 3/10 https://t.co/M2jGWnbHhH

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A gross digital divide holds back almost half of the world at the moment it most needs the web. This divide is most acute in developing countries. Across Africa, only 1 in 4 people can access the internet. 2/10

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#Covid19 has made clearer than ever that the web is not a luxury but a lifeline. Yet, over 3.5 billion people still can’t get online. Governments and companies need to act now to make sure that everyone, everywhere can connect. 1/10 https://t.co/mMth8b13f1

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