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Tim Berners-Lee says too many young people are excluded from web

Tim Berners-Lee says too many young people are excluded from web

In a letter published to mark the 32nd birthday of the web, its founder Tim Berners-Lee has said that many young people around the world are excluded from accessing the web. Berners-Lee argues that aiming to connect every young person in the world to the web would reap dividends. He estimates an investment of $428B over the next decade would provide everyone with a quality broadband connection.

jen 1 months

3 million children a year die from malnutrition or hunger. Another two million from preventable diseases. How about we take care of that before spreading screen disease....

Bryan_with_a_why 1 months

Old man doesn't even know what the web is or how damaging it can be to young minds. If someone can't afford to get online - when many in the poorest countries still can, mind you - then they're probably not savvy enough to avoid garbage like social media or other horrible things online. Or is this to get Amazon sold to more households?

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Silence Dogood 1 months

More victims? never ceases to amaze me.

Nautilus 1 months

There's too many children ON the web.

World 0 months


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