Is the Web for everyone?
Is the web for everyone?
Tim Berners-Lee famously said about the Web at the opening of the Olympics 2012 ‘this is for everyone’. Do you think that this is true?
Universal access to the Web is an ideal in which the concept of net neutrality plays a fundamental role. This is a highly contentious issue. Some think net neutrality is the only way to achieve the Web we all want, and some others think it is an obstacle.In the following three steps, Professor Les Carr will introduce the concept, and will present arguments for and against net neutrality.
Web Science: How the Web Is Changing the World
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