Contract for the Web

Do you realize there are many people who still cannot connect to the Internet? For most of us, all we need to do is pull out our cell phone and we are online. For those who cannot, there is a plan of action globally to try to ensure everyone a chance to connect.

This objective, spurred by Sir Tim Berners-Lee who implemented HTTP and is the founder of the World Wide Web Foundation and director of the World Wide Web Consortium, is to join governments, companies, organizations, and individuals in an effort to allow all people to be able to go online free from the fear, abuse, privacy violations we are seeing now.

Some of the principles:
Ensure everyone can connect to the Internet
Keep the Internet available all the time
Respect and protect online privacy and personal data
Make the internet affordable and accessible to all
Develop technologies that support the best in humanity while challenging the worst.
Create and collaborate on the Internet

You can also join in the contract by sharing your email to be updated.

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