The blockchain-based token includes an animated version of Berners-Lee's nearly 10,000 lines of code and a letter from himself.
To check the tech giants' power, Canberra is pursuing world-first laws that would require Google and Facebook to compensate Australian news organisations, or pay millions of dollars in fines.
Speaking to reporters at CERN, the physics research center outside Geneva where he invented the web, Berners-Lee said users of the web had found it “not so pretty” recently.
Can we move toward an internet where your personal data isn't currency to be traded with advertisers, and where services exist for the common good? The good news is that it already exists.
As the world thanks Tim Berners-Lee for making the web public some 25 years ago, here's a look at a few key developments that resulted in how we use the internet today.
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