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There's only one person in the world that can begin a blog post with the words "when I invented the Web," and Sir Tim Berners-Lee has done it today in the aid of encouraging the adoption of EU-wide net neutrality rules. "My vision was that anyone, anywhere in the world could share knowledge and ideas without needing to buy a license or ask permission from myself or any CEO, government department or committee," says Berners-Lee. The web was deliberately built as "a neutral, creative and collaborative space," and he wants to see it continue as such.
The European Parliament has proposed a strong set of net neutrality regulations that would prohibit member states and companies operating within them from discriminating between various forms...
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