NYT’s Peter Coy: Yes, the Internet Is Broken, but What Does a Fix Look Like?

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Mar 13 The New York TIMes Peter Coy

Tuesday was the 35th anniversary of the day that Tim Berners-Lee of the European Organization for Nuclear Research wrote the memo proposing what became the World Wide Web. Queen Elizabeth II knighted him in 2004 for his achievement.

Tuesday was also the publication date of a book by the billionaire entrepreneur Frank McCourt titled, “Our Biggest Fight: Reclaiming Liberty, Humanity, and Dignity in the Digital Age.” McCourt, a former owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers, isn’t a tech guy himself, but he has assembled a team to develop a more human-centered internet.

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