The creator of the Internet is concerned about the state of affairs

30 years ago, programmer Tim Berners-Lee, working for CERN, came up with the fundamental principles of a global hypertext project, which was later successfully implemented and turned into the Internet, which we use every day. Subsequently, he took over as head of the World Wide Web Consortium.

Recently it became known that Berners-Lee is very worried about the future of his brainchild. In recent years, the Internet has begun to be inundated with false and contradictory information, and therefore its creator found it necessary to intervene in the process. He formulated the rules that, in his opinion, should be executed by both the government and each user of the Network.
Tim insists that the state of the Internet should be monitored by users, companies and states, and the set of rules formulated by him should be mandatory.