Facebook and Google signed the ‘Contract for the Web’ proposed by Tim Berners-Lee.

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Sir Tim Berners-Lee launched a call to sign the ‘Contract for the Web’.  The contract appeals to governments, companies, and ‘netizens’ to improve Internet accessibility, privacy, confidentiality of user data, and to keep the Internet free and safe by respecting ‘civil discourse and human dignity’. The document has been already signed by representatives of 60 companies, including Google, Facebook, and governments. In Berners-Lee’s opinion, today we need new ‘clear and strict’ standards for those players who have enough influence to make the Internet better. The standards proposed in the contract will be finalised after consultations with governments and companies.

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