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Programming ability is the new digital divide: Berners-Lee

Stephen Bell | Feb. 1, 2013
Tim Berners-Lee says lack of programming knowledge leaves users at the mercy of corporations.

Early writers of browsers adopted the open-source principle, freely trading bits of code among themselves and this spirit continues to inform the web. Patents are permissible under W3C principles, but use of the patented features is kept royalty-free.


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