Tuesday, May 23, 2006


Berners-Lee calls for Net neutrality | CNET News.com

"Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the Web, has called for clear separation between Internet access and Internet content.

Speaking at the World Wide Web conference in Edinburgh on Tuesday morning, Berners-Lee gave his views on the growing battle over Net neutrality.

'It's better and more efficient for us all if we have a separate market where we get our connectivity, and a separate market where we get our content. Information is what I use to make all my decisions. Not just what to buy, but how to vote,' Berners-Lee told journalists."

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