30th Anniversary of the Web: Understanding its Core Values

The Web was born 30 years ago. We all know that it has changed the world, even more deeply than smartphones.

However, while it is time to celebrate it is also a good time to think about its future and how we can protect its core values. The Web was designed is universal, interoperable, open, decentralized, accessible, royalty-free and privacy-friendly.

Here is a short video I recorded to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Web, but also understand the threats to its values and share some tips about what you can do to help protect it.

Last year, ProcessOne as a company and myself as an individual, both signed the Contract for the Web. This is a great starting point to learn more about the Web core values.

Here are other interesting links I mentioned in the video:

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