Sir Tim Berners-Lee and 25 Years of Internet

First kisses, net neutrality, Bill Cunningham and more in our weekly look at the web

On 12 March 1989, Sir Tim Berners-Lee proposed a network of
information sharing which would become the universally loved World Wide Web. Now 25 years later, the same brilliant mind is encouraging a net neutrality. Berners-Lee and a team of global advocates are campaigning for the Web to be free to everyone, and stand by their position that access to the internet is a basic human right and essential tool for economic and social growth. You can help in the quest to make the internet truly democratic by sharing your ideas using the hashtag #web25.