World Wide Web Founder Bemoans 'A Few Dominant Platforms'

World Wide Web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee issued an open letter, 29 years to the day after he first proposed his idea for the online information management system that would later become known as the Web. In the letter, he outlined what he thinks we need to do to save the Web from the concentration of power of a “few dominant platforms” that has “made it possible to weaponize the Web at scale.”