Berners-Lee Speaks About Net Neutrality
Tim Berners-Lee, chief architect of the World Wide Web, says his world-changing invention would no longer be an “open information space” if broadband providers abandoned the principle of Net neutrality.
In an interview with the Toronto Star, Berners-Lee said he’s “very concerned” about talk from major North America phone and cable giants about their desire to collect so-called Web tolls from content suppliers and e-commerce companies that want assured access to broadband subscribers.
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