Tim Berners-Lee calls for free internet worldwide

Posted in: Digital Divide at 16/09/2010 14:40

The inventor of the Web has called for everyone to have access to his creation for free.

Tim Berners-Lee said that he would like to see everybody given a low-bandwidth connection "by default".

He said the web could be instrumental in giving people access to critical services such as healthcare.

Currently, he said, just one-fifth of the world's population has access to the web.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-11309902

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After a brief welcome Mark Selby, vice president of industry collaborations for Nokia introduced Sir Tim Berners-Lee -- inventor of the Web -- for the Nokia World second day opening keynote.

Berners-Lee wasted no time in getting down to business and touched on a number of key hot topics.
http://www.zdnet.co.uk/blogs/tech-tech-boom-10017860/berners-lee-80-percent-of-the-world-isnt-on-the-web-10018650/

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