10 Things A Solution Provider Would Put In An Internet Bill of Rights


We The People

With all of the buzz around the 25th anniversary of the World Wide Web last week, inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee called for an Internet Bill of Rights to spread the Web more evenly across the world, set standards to protect its power to help create great solutions, and protect users from spying.

"On the 25th birthday of the Web, I ask you to join in—to help us imagine and build the future standards for the Web, and to press for every country to develop a digital bill of rights to advance a free and open Web for everyone," Berners-Less wrote on a Google guest blog.

Take a look at 10 things solution providers and Web developers said they would suggest if they had a say in building the Internet Bill of Rights.



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