WWW Bill of Rights

Jashayla Hill

World Wide Web

The World Wide Web Bill of Rights consist of privacy, censorship, democracy, and freedom.

Privacy- receive notifications of pictures being posted, info shared.

Censorship- Less government control

Democracy- ability to communicate across different social media platforms, ability to send messages from social media to a website

Freedom- protect intellectual property.

“Suddenly the power to abuse the open internet has become so tempting both for government and big companies.” Tim Berners Lee called for an internet version of the Magna Carta, the 13th century English charter credited with guaranteeing basic rights and freedoms.