The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. The World Wide Web Turns 25, For Better or Worse

    A quarter-century ago Tim Berners-Lee convinced his bosses at the Swiss Cern labs to let him create a document-sharing network. And thus was born the World Wide Web. How things have changed: not only have we traded dancing babies for cat memes, but the creator himself is calling for an international Magna Carta-like Bill of Rights to keep networks free from government and corporate influence. That includes the U.S., which he wants to see back off from being the dominant keeper of domain names. LOLcats 4ever. 

    Sources: PC Magazine, The Guardian, The Star

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