Sunday, September 19, 2010

WWW Inventor Wants Everyone Can Access For Free

Inventor of the World Wide Web or WWW, Timothy Berners-Lee wants to make everyone around the world get free internet access. Men born in London, June 8, 1955 that says everyone should get the bandwidth connection, although slightly, or default. "One in five of the world population has access to the internet, then how about a 80 per cent," said Timothy while at the Nokia World Conference event.

"I want to see people enrolled in a cheap data plan. I want them to get it for free, free internet access may play a role in providing community access to essential services such as health. Increased mobile networks around the world to create opportunity for everyone to connect. He said access to the web can enable people to "create their own communities and share their own information about health, agriculture and business." Timothy said.

Currently Timothy saw that the connection is too expensive and are often taxed by the government. He suggested that the network provider can offer a free connection on the basis of people will become more prosperous in the future and then could pay higher prices. Timothy John Berners-Lee is known as the inventor of the World Wide Web and head of the World Wide Web Consortium, and juxtaposed Leonard Kleinrock who also claimed as the inventor of the Internet on October 29, 1969.

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