Sir Tim Berners-Lee Argues for Net Neutrality at Film Premiere

Andrew Young — January 28, 2016

This week,  Sir Tim Berners-Lee discussed net neutrality at the Sundance Film Festival premiere of, a documentary that “connects the future of the Web with the little-known story of its birth.” Sir Tim, speaking at the Utah premiere, stated that the fight for net neutrality will “never be done,” and that, “yes, we can have things enshrined in law, but even then it won’t necessarily stop people.”


“The film, which is directed by Jessica Yu, is one part biography of Berners-Lee and the story of his invention of the World Wide Web in 1989, and one part a call for users of the World Wide Web to stay alert to attempts to divide and rule, such as the EU’s controversial October 2015 vote to regulate web content depending on telco data plans.”

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