Berners-Lee: Don’t let record labels upset web openness

21 05 2012

We mustn’t allow record companies’ fear that their business

model isn’t working to upset the openness of the internet, Tim
Berners-Lee told in a press conference at W3C.

The inventor of the web was referring to recent controversial
pieces of legislation, including SOPA and PIPA in the US, and ACTA globally, which have all sought to clamp down on piracy and have all been strongly supported by record labels.


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