Contract for the Web

Contract for the Web
Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, has announced a “Contract for the Web” — aimed at saving the future of his invention.
•The idea is to create a global plan of action for all stakeholders to together commit to building a “better” Web. The goal is to create a standard policy for a Web that benefits all.
•The Contract consists of nine principles — three each for governments, private companies, and individuals and civil society to endorse.
•The Contract is not meant to be “simply aspirational”, or just a “declaration”. “It’s actually meant to be implemented, and it’s meant to be a plan of action.
•Governments who are looking to regulate in the digital era, can use the contract as a roadmap to lay out their policies and laws going forward

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