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October

IT for Business
16 October
Le W3C s’intéresse au paiement sur le Web (W3C focuses on payment on the Web), W3C, Web Payments
ZDNet
16 October
Netflix poursuit son passage au HTML5 , Louis AdamHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions (EME), Media Source Extensions (MSE)
WebTimeMedias
15 October
Le W3C lance l'initiative "Paiements sur le Web" (W3C launches Web Payments initiative), Jean-Pierre LargilletW3C, Web Payments Interest Group, Stéphane Boyera, NFC
CNET
15 October
Target, banks push to improve Web-based payments, Stephen ShanklandW3C, Web Payments Interest Group, NFC
ZDNet
15 October
W3C launches a Payments Interest Group to monetize the web, Jack SchofieldcW3C, Payments Interest Group, HTTP, NFC, Jeff Jaffe
NACS News & Media Center
15 October
New Payment Integration Initiative Launches, W3C, Web Payments Interest Group
Heise online
13 October
Der Ur-Browser: 20 Jahre Netscape Navigator (The original-browser: 20 years of Netscape Navigator), Volker Briegleb, Herbert BraunW3C, CSS
Heise online
10 October
Netflix uneingeschränkt unter Linux (Netflix fully under Linux), Liane M. DubowyEncrypted Media Extensions, W3C
Heise online
10 October
Cascading Stylesheets: 20 Jahre CSS (Cascading Stylesheets: 20 years of CSS), Volker Briegleb, Herbert BraunHTML, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C, Bert Bos, CSS
semanticweb.com
10 October
Berners-Lee Shares Voices His Opinions on Data Ownership, Angela Guess Tim Berners-Lee, Semantic Web, W3C, Big Data
Gizmodo
10 October
CSS Is 20 Years Old Today, Jamie CondliffeCSS, HTML, XML
CIO Asia
10 October
Businesses must exchange private data with partners to drive efficiencies, says Berners-Lee, Matthew FinneganTim Berners-Lee, privacy, Big Data
ZDNet DE-Edition
9 October
Tim Berners-Lee fordert mehr Datenschutz (Tim Berners-Lee calls for more data protection), Stefan BeiersmannTim Berners-Lee, privacy, Big Data
Next Impact
9 October
Imgur propose le GIFV, pour transformer les GIF animés en vidéos MP4 (Imgur proposes GIFV to convert animated GIF to MP4 videos), Vincent HermannW3C
CNET
9 October
The tired GIF gets a modern-day makeover, Stephen ShanklandW3C, PNG
JDN
8 October
Accessibilité numérique : bonne ou mauvaise nouvelle ? (Digital accessibility: good or bad news?), Célia LignonTim Berners-Lee, W3C, Web Accessibiity Initiative
Motherboard
8 October
Tim Berners-Lee Wants a World Wide Web Where Our Data Works for Us, Victoria TurkTim Berners-Lee, privacy, Big Data
Information Age
8 October
Sir Tim Berners-Lee outlines his 2050 vision of the Web, Ben RossiTim Berners-Lee, privacy, Big Data
CBR Online
8 October
Sir Tim Berners-Lee: Share data or watch your business fail, Joe CurtisTim Berners-Lee, privacy
The Drum
8 October
Privacy boundaries must be clearer for advertisers to get the most out of 'Big Data' says Sir Tim Berners-Lee, John McCarthyTim Berners-Lee, privacy, Big Data
CNBC
8 October
Google right to be forgotten 'draconian': Berners-Lee, Arjun KharpalTim Berners-Lee, privacy, Big Data
Computing
8 October
H4cked Off: Naivete, thy name is Tim Berners-Lee, Peter GothardTim Berners-Lee, Open Data, privacy
Riwi Blog
8 October
Live from London: RIWI covers Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s vision of the Web, Bob SeemanTim Berners-Lee, Open Data
v3.co.uk
8 October
Web future relies on individuals owning their data, says Tim Berners-Lee, Roland Moore-ColyerTim Berners-Lee, Open Data
PC Pro
8 October
Tim Berners-Lee: forget targeted advertising and let data be free, Nicole KobieTim Berners-Lee, Open Data, security
The New York Times | Bits
8 October
Tim Berners-Lee, Web Creator, Defends Net Neutrality, Mark ScottTim Berners-Lee, Privacy
The Telegraph
8 October
Berners-Lee: 'Computers are getting smarter. We’re not' , Matt WarmanTim Berners-Lee
The Telegraph
8 October
Sir Tim Berners-Lee calls for new model for privacy on the web, Sophie CurtisTim Berners-Lee, Big Data
The Register
8 October
Sir Tim Berners-Lee defends decision not to bake security into www, John LeydenTim Berners-Lee, Security
The Guardian | Technology
8 October
Sir Tim Berners-Lee speaks out on data ownership, Alex HernTim Berners-Lee, Semantic Web, W3C, Open Data
IT Security Guru
8 October
IP Expo – Sir Tim Berners-Lee warns on uncontrolled Big Data, Dan RaywoodTim Berners-Lee, Big Data
IT Security Guru
8 October
IP Expo: Net neutrality is important to preserve an internet with no centre, says Berners-Lee, Dan RaywoodTim Berners-Lee, HTML, HTML5
Inria
7 October
Tim Berners-Lee : « the Web we want », Tim Berners-Lee, #web25
Intel IoT Blog
6 October
Accelerating the Adoption of Web Technologies in the Automotive Industry, David McKinneyW3C Automotive Web Platform Business Group, HTML5
Scrirra
4 October
HTML5 does not have a new best friend, Ashley GullenHTML5, MathML, web crypto, WebRTC, Web Audio API
ReadWrite
2 October
HTML5 Has A New Best Friend—And It's Apple, Not Google, Matt AsayHTML5, performance, native, apps
telecompaper
2 October
Ericsson Research releases Bowser, OpenWebRTC as open source, WebRTC, W3C
Gigaom
2 October
Some pros and cons of Google’s plan to give every “thing” a URL, Stacey HigginbothamURL, Web of Things
Heise online
1 October
20 Jahre World Wide Web Consortium (20 years World Wide Web Consortium), Andreas Wilkens, Herbert BraunW3C, Tim Berners-Lee, HTML, CSS, XML, WAI

September

Corriere delle Communicazioni
29 September
Berners-Lee: "Serve una Magna Charta per salvare il Web" (Berners-Lee: "We need a Magna Charta to save the Web"), Antonio DiniTim Berners-Lee, W3C
International Business Times
29 September
Berners-Lee reclama una carta dei diritti deli internauti, Rodotà annuncia: "Il 13 ottobre sarà presentata la Costituzione di internet" (Berners-Lee calls for a bill of rights of Internet users, Rodotà announces: "On October 13, the Constitution of the internet will be presented"), Michele LupoTim Berners-Lee, W3C
The Guardian | Technology
28 September
Tim Berners-Lee calls for internet bill of rights to ensure greater privacy, Tim Berners-Lee, W3C
London Evening Standard Online
26 September
Tim Berners-Lee: People will always try to control the internet. We have to keep fighting for it, Richard GodwinTim Berners-Lee, W3C
Semanticweb.com
23 September
The Semantic Web’s Rocking, And There Ain’t No Stopping It Now, Jennifer ZainoSemantic Web, W3C, Data Activity, Phil Archer, Linked Data, OWL, XML, HTTP, JSON-LD, RDF, SPARQL
Heise online
22 September
Netflix für Linux ist auf dem Weg (Netflix for Linux is on the way), Oliver DiedrichEncrypted Media Extensions, W3C
The Inquirer
22 September
Ubuntu Linux users might be able to stream Netflix soon, Egan OrionHTML5
NEXT INpact
22 September
Lecteur HTML5 de Netflix et EME : Chrome 38 arrive, Ubuntu se met à la page (Netflix HTML5 player and EME: Chrome 38 arrives, Ubuntu goes up-to-date), David LegrandHTML5, Encrypted Media Extensions, W3C, Media Source Extensions, WebCrypto API
Geeky Gadgets
22 September
Netflix Linux Native Playback Support Arriving Very Soon Via HTML5, Julian HorseyHTML5
Huff Post Tech
19 September
(VIDEO) Opera Sees HTML5 As Cure For Video Fragmentation, Andy Plesser HTML5
Clubic
19 September
Netflix abandonnera Silverlight et s'invitera sur Linux en natif (Netflix will abandon Silverlight to work natively on Linux), Guillaume BelfioreHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions (EME), Media Source Extensions (MSE)
The Washington Post
19 September
World Wide Web inventor slams Internet fast lanes: ‘It’s bribery.’, Brian FungTim Berners-Lee
Clubic
19 September
Google souhaite un vrai mode déconnecté pour les sites Web (Google wants websites to work more like apps, even offline), Guillaume BelfioreService Workers, W3C
Engadget
19 September
Google wants websites to work more like apps, even offline, Mariella MoonService Workers, W3C
News.mynavi.jp
18 September
「HTML5勧告案」登場、W3C (W3C published HTML5 draft recommendation), 後藤大地W3C, HTML Working Group, HTML5
The Guardian | Technology
18 September
Google and Dropbox launch Simply Secure to improve online security, Dominic RusheSecurity, W3C, Wendy Seltzer
Girokonto Test
16 September
Girokonto Transaktionen dutch die Webcrypto API sicher online durchführen (Perform checking account transactions through the API Webcrypto online), W3C, Web Cryptography API, HTML, CSS, Tim Berners-Lee
Sencha
16 September
Apple Shows Love for HTML5 with iOS 8, Ross GerbasiHTML5, CSS, SVG, Web Components, DOM, XHR
SitePoint
11 September
Introducing the Screen Orientation API, Aurelio De RosaScreen Orientation API, W3C, HTML
Chron
9 September
Already 1 billion websites, and counting, Scott BurnsTim Berners-Lee
ZDNet | 500 words into the future
9 September
Build the future of the web, one standard at a time, Mary BranscombePointer Events, W3C, HTML, CSS, HTML5
ZDNet
8 September
Adobe adds HTML5 support to Primetime DRM , Natalie GagliordiHTML5
CNET
8 September
Boosting browsers, Adobe extends its DRM to Web video, Stephen ShanklandHTML5, W3C, Encrypted Media Extensions (EME), Media Source Extensions (MSE)
PayPal Engineering
5 September
Introducing an Accessible HTML5 Video Player, Dennis LembreeHTML5, CSS, accessibility, WebVTT
Ars Technica
2 September
How a new HTML element will make the Web faster, Scott GilbertsonCSS, HTML, W3C, HTML Working Group, W3C Community Groups, Responsive Images Community Group

August

semanticweb.com
28 August
W3C Publishes Linked Data Platform Best Practices and Guidelines, Eric FranzonW3C, Linked Data Platform, URI
The Guardian | Technology
24 August
How the web lost its way – and its founding principles , Stuart JeffriesTim Berners-Lee, W3C

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Cover of Boston Globe magazine on MIT 150

— Ranking of W3C in Boston Global list of 150 important achievements associated with MIT. MIT is one of the organizations that "hosts" W3C; the others are ERCIM, Keio University, and Beihang University.