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Ber·ners-Lee

 (bûr′nûrz-lē′), Sir Timothy John Known as "Tim." Born 1955.
British computer scientist who proposed the World Wide Web and developed the first website (1989-1991) while working at the European Particle Physics Laboratory (CERN) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Berners-Lee

(ˈbɜːnəz ˈliː)
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(Biography) Sir Tim. born 1955, British computer scientist who in 1990 created the World Wide Web
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Sir Tim Berners-Lee says this has led to the internet stoking social tensions, spreading fake news and interfering in elections.
Within about three months, Berners-Lee had created the first web browser and the first web server went online about three months after that.
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Notable speakers at the conference include Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, and Jimmy Wales, co-founder and promoter of the online non-profit encyclopedia Wikipedia.
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Inventor of World Wide Web Sir Tim Berners-Lee has called for global discussions on the appropriate time to adopt universal declaration on Internet and web rights.
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