Tim Berners-Lee, who invented the World Wide Web and is called the father of the Web, has come up with three tasks to consider for a free and open Web.
He invented the basic structure of the web. Thirty years later, half of the world is connected to the web, and the web is making life more enriching. On the other hand, it promotes crime by spreading hate on the web. Although it seems almost impossible to change the Internet with the power of the individual, he says that if you think about how the Web has changed over the last 30 years, it is never impossible to change the Web in the next 30 years.
The problem that the Web faces today is a malicious attack, such as hacking or criminal activity supported by the first country, harassment online. He says it is impossible to eradicate such a problem entirely, but the law and rules can minimize the occurrence of crime, as has always been the case. As the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Law on the Law of the Sea, and the Universal Covenant have created a structure in which the people of the world share basic human rights and profits, the World Wide Web Foundation has announced that governments and businesses around the world are working together to create new agreements.
The agreement stipulates that governments should be obliged to maintain openness and innovation in economic activity on the Web, and that governments should establish laws and regulations for the digital age. It also calls for an open web championship, which serves as an internal organization within the government to guard against the infringement of the public interest.
In celebration of 30 years of the web, we’re looking back at our first homepage from 1995 when https://t.co/RvjXmU0HLY opened its virtual doors. We’re honored to be part of the @ webfoundation ‘s 30-year story of the web. See all of the milestones at # Web30 #ForTheWeb pic.twitter.com/PanZ4l9f7k
– Amazon.com (@Amazon) March 12, 2019
※ The tweet was published on the 12th of March this year, the homepage that opened the first time in 1995 through Twitter on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the World Wide Web. On the gray background, “Amazon to Amazon.com Books!” At the time of the Amazon home page tells the change of years.
The second problem is a structure that can profit by putting a clickbait that intentionally clicks on a deliberately titled and thumbnail image.
He says corporations need to work harder to endure human rights, democracy, education and people’s safety in pursuit of short-term profits, he said.
The last is the negative impact that media on the Web will distort, distorted by hatred and prejudice. He says that if we do not maintain a free and open Web-based politics and do not play a role in the Web as a sound, constructive media chief, we will be neglected ourselves. It is important that everyone connected to the Web and sharing profits respects the free and open Web and encourages governments and companies to fulfill their responsibilities. For more information, please click here .