Decentralisation: the next big step for the world wide web

Zoë Corbyn, The Guardian, Sept 13, 2018
Commentary by Stephen Downes
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The web you thought you knew is getting ready for some major changes. "The proponents of the so-called decentralised web – or DWeb – want a new, better web where the entire planet’s population can communicate without having to rely on big companies that amass our data for profit and make it easier for governments to conduct surveillance." DWeb, or Web 3.0 (as it's also called in today's OLDaily) is coming. It's necessary. It has been building momentum for a couple of years now and is getting ready for prime time.

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