Tim Berners-Lee on internet data and privacy

Inventor of the world wide wide talks about the potential misuses of personal information by companies, organisations and governments.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/audio/2012/apr/18/tim-berners-lee-internet-data-privacy-audio

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    Inventor of the world wide web says that throughout the history of the internet, people had been concerned about the emergence of apparently dominant giants.

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