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The Web's Inventor Doesn't Recognize his Brainchild
By John Terris
Tuesday, 27 April 2019
English computer scientist Sir Tim Berners-Lee, best known as the inventor of the World Wide Web, delivers a
speech during an event at the CERN
in Meyrin near Geneva, Switzerland, March 12, 2019 marking 30 years of World Wide Web.
[Fabrice Coffrini/Pool, Keystone via AP]
At CERN's 'Web(at)30' conference, Sir Tim [Berners-Lee] admitted: "the web is not the web we wanted in every respect."
In an article published on the Web's anniversary, Berners-Lee says the Web has "given a voice to those who spread hatred" and turned it into a nest for criminals and scammers of all kinds.
By Media Matters President, John Terris, QSO
Tuesday, 26 March 2019
Thousands of people gathered in the Basin Reserve in Wellington for the Christchurch Mosque shooting vigil.
The events of last Friday [15 March 2019] in Christchurch, with the tragic deaths of 50 Muslim worshippers, have changed us all. Rugby hardman, Sonny Bill Williams, cried. Jacinda Ardern didn’t just talk about Kindness, but modelled it to perfection.
The Media in NZ have excelled themselves too, in presenting the bloodshed and the heartache in a sensitive and perceptive way, and TVNZ, in the persons of Wendy and Simon, excelled themselves too.