Through a document he calls the Magna Carta for the Web, internet inventor Tim Berners-Lee hopes to guide all sectors of the society in ensuring that the web is free from abuse. On one hand the Magna Carta states, it is the government’s responsibility to ensure that all citizens will
For many supporters of the contract, this move is a reminder to people of the purpose of the internet – a global public resource which respects civil discourse and human dignity. The Magna Carta for the Web comes at an opportune time as many countries have began censorship of potentially subversive content, and data privacy concerns in social media networks have been raised in recent months.
The contract will be published in full in May 2019, timed perfectly to mark the period when half of the world’s population is expected to have access to the internet.
** Editor’s note (6/15/2019): We have added the full text of the Magna Carta for the Web below. To add your support for this campaign, visit the World Wide Web Foundation.
Editor’s Note: 7/23/2019
This initiative needs your feedback in order for the draft Contract to be revised according to our modern needs. To add your voice, visit Contract For The Web.
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