Planned to prevent Internet abuse

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Planned to prevent Internet abuse

Planned to prevent Internet abuse| British engineer Tim Berners-Lee has devised a plan to curb Internet abuse at the hands of governments, companies, and individuals. He introduced the world to the World Wide Web in 1989 and now 30 years into a new project that aims to prevent misinformation, information surveillance and censorship on the Internet. Berners Lee’s statement was released on the WWW Foundation, stating that “If we no longer work together, it will be difficult to stop abusers of the web and if we remain fragmented and vulnerable, Is concerned. The project is supported by 150 organizations and companies worldwide, including large companies like Google, Microsoft, and Facebook. Reporters like Groups like Borderless Borders are also supporting this new project. In addition, the German and French governments have also confirmed their support for the project. The well-known American newspaper The New York Times has published a comment by Berners Lee, stating that ‘The Web needs basic intervention from all those who have power over its future. He added that ‘we are touching the boundaries, the web will continue to be a global force with good potential or it will be misused, it depends on our reaction today. Berners Lee has also defended the deal, which he wants to partner with Google and Facebook. The Internet’s inventor says it’s important to work with these companies, and we feel that governments and companies should have equal options. He said these powers need to be accountable to the public, respect for their digital rights demanded by the public and promote healthy communication online. Google and Facebook are facing severe criticism from Amnesty International, the international human rights organization. The aforementioned companies are accused of stealing consumer information and misusing it. Last week, Amnesty International called the two companies’ surveillance business model “a threat to human rights.