Yesterday the Internet celebrated 25 years. On March 12, 1989, Tim Berners-Lee made a proposal to improve information flows, “a ‘web’ of notes with links between them.
He worked at CERN and granted some time to work in this project. Some years later, in 1993, CERN declared that WWW technology would be available to all, without paying royalties, forever.
The internet now belongs to humanity.
Yesterday, Tim Berners-Lee posted on a Google blog a call to action, defending as Internet free and open, for all of us.
At Kaksi media we join this movement.