Article archive: July 2015

The future of the Web should be truly open, surveillance-free and enhance citizens’ rights

Article by Francesca Bria and Elettra Bianchi Dennerlein. The original article was published at the Nesta website. 

The 2015 Web We Want festival edition launched with a Q&A evening session on Thursday the 28th with Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Berners-Lee discussed the future of the web and his vision of instituting a successful Bill of Rights for the Web.

During the opening interview, Tim Berners Lee covered a broad range of topics such as limiting the surveillance powers of State Agencies and corporations; providing equal Internet access as basic human right; re-appropriation of data and data control by citizens, privacy and security by design; Net neutrality and copyright reform.

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