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A Magna Carta for the Internet

Posted by Mitch on 13th March 2014

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I saw in the news today that Tim Berners-Lee has called for a kind of “online bill of rights”.

It’s an interesting idea. It’s also interesting that people say they’re concerned about Internet privacy whilst sleepwalking into the arms of Google and Facebook.

I think we’ve all probably got our little pet-peeves about dealing with people online.

One of mine is people who uses “loose” instead of “lose”. In my magna carta, I’d decree that all those people have to spend a day or two in prison.

That, or have the definitions of those two words tattooed onto their palms.

Tim Berners-Lee; if you’re reading this, call me.

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