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W3C in the Press

Below are recent articles about W3C in the international press. Please send articles you would like us to consider to w3t-pr@w3.org, with "[Article]" in the Subject line. We reserve the right to choose which articles we include.

June

Payments Source
15 June
Merchants must avoid getting lost in e-wallets' diversity, Ralph DangelmaierW3C, CSS, Web Payments
Biometric Update
14 June
FIDO Alliance and India PKI Forum to collaborate on spreading digital security, Chris BurtW3C, DOM, HTML, srcset, WebAuthn
Digital Journal
14 June
UsableNet Provides Guidance on New WCAG 2.1, Accessibility, WCAG, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Business Journalism
13 June
What Journalists Need to Know About Password Managers, Yael GrauerWeb authentication, W3C, World Wide Web Consortium, srcset, URI
TechWire Asia
13 June
Delivering live video as it’s meant to be – real time, Satoko Omata PICS, srcset, SVG, WebRTC
Lexology
11 June
W3C Updates Website Accessibility Standards, David O. KleinW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility, WAI, WCAG, WCAG 2.0, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
PR Newswire
11 June
AudioEye Digital Accessibility Platform Aligned with WCAG 2.1, W3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Tim Berners-Lee, Accessibility, Fullscreen, URI, URL, WCAG, WCAG 2.0, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
JD Supra
8 June
Website Accessibility Guidelines Get Update; California Court Limits Penalties to One Visit, W3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility, Beacon, HTML, URL, WAI, WCAG, WCAG 2.0, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Paceillo Group
8 June
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1, Patrick H. LaukeW3C, Accessibility, ARIA, CSS, Pointer Events, srcset, Touch Events, WAI, WCAG, WCAG 2.0, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
The Tech
7 June
The importance of MIT’s telemedicine and telehealth class, Katherine YoungW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility, WAI, Web Accessibility Initiative
National Law Review
7 June
The Generally Prevailing Website Accessibility Guidelines Have Been Refreshed – It’s Time to Officially Welcome WCAG 2.1, Joshua A. SteinW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility, Beacon, WAI, WCAG, WCAG 2.0, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Blockchain Technology News
7 June
Former Ripple CTO launches smart contract platform for content monetisation, Mark JonesW3C, CSS, HTML, srcset, WebAuthn
Mondaq
7 June
World Wide Web Publishes Expanded Web Accessibility Guidelines, Kristina M. Launey and Minh N. VuW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility, EXI, HTML, PICS, WAI, WCAG, WCAG 2.0, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
Gizmodo
7 June
Everything You Need to Know About the Plan to Kill Internet Passwords, David NieldHTTPS, W3C, World Wide Web Consortium, HTML, HTML5, HTTP, srcset, URL, WebAuthn
digital publishing competence
6 June
Neue Impulse für das digitale Lesen: Der Digital Publishing Summit Europe 2018, W3C, CSS, DPUB, HTML, HTML5, Linked Open Data, Open Data, Semantic Web, srcset, XML
ADA Title II/
6 June
W3C Publishes Expanded Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, Kristina M. Launey & Minh N. VuW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Accessibility, srcset, WAI, WCAG, WCAG 2.0, Web Content Accessibility Guidelines
digital publishing competence
6 June
Neue Impulse für das digitale Lesen: Der Digital Publishing Summit Europe 2018 (New impetus for digital reading: The Digital Publishing Summit Europe 2018), W3C, Publishing@W3C, CSS, EPUB
Komando
3 June
Google Chrome new feature means no more passwords, Mark JonesW3C, DOM, WebAuthn
Propmodo
1 June
These Technology Trends Are Re-Shaping the Digital Workplace, Paul BartrumCSS, DOM, srcset, URI, URL, WebRTC
Computing
1 June
FIDO pushes its 'death of the password' narrative into Europe, John LeonardTim Berners-Lee, ARIA

May

Central Texas News Now
31 May
After Firefox, Chrome supports the new password-free login standard, Kevin ParrishW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, Beacon, DOM, HTML, SVG, WebAuthn
Gadget Gestures
31 May
Google Wants to Kill Passwords with the Chrome 67 Update, LORI DAVID HTTPS, HTML, HTTP, RDF, srcset, URI
AmbCrypto
15 May
Web Payments and Interledger Protocol paves the way for Internet of Value, Anirudh VKW3C, World Wide Web Consortium, DOM, HTML, Preload, srcset, Web Services
ZDNet
10 May
Firefox 60 lands: It's world's first browser to give you password-free logins, says Mozilla, Liam TungW3C, WebAuthn, Web Authentication, Payment Request API
Smashing Magazine
7 May
New CSS Features That Are Changing Web Design, Zell LiewCSS, CSS Grid, CSS custom properties, CSS shapes, CSS writing-mode
Information Security Buzz
4 May
Twitter Forces Password Reset – Ironically, It’s “World Password Day!”, W3C, DOM, HTML, srcset
InfoWorld
1 May
How to run .Net apps in the browser with Blazor, Simon BissonW3C, CSS, HTML, HTML5, URI, URL

April

Fast Company
30 April
25 years ago today, the web opened up and the world changed, HARRY MCCRACKENTim Berners-Lee, DOM, srcset, URI
World Socialist Web Site
30 April
This week in history: April 30-May 6, W3C, Tim Berners-Lee, srcset, URI, URL
Computer World
26 April
Why now is the time for WebRTC, Shan SinhaURI, URL, WebRTC
Payments Journal
24 April
Santander Deploys Ripple In OnePay FX and Apple May Adopt Interledger Protocol, Tim SloaneW3C, srcset
Technotification
24 April
RIP Passwords! A new standard for web authentication is here, AAKASH AGARWALW3C, srcset, Web Authentication Working Group
Pars Herald
24 April
Log In Update Means Never Remembering A Password Again, Mohsen SalamiW3C, CSS, DOM, Jeff Jaffe, srcset
The Parallax
24 April
Backing WebAuthn, tech giants inch closer to killing passwords, SETH ROSENBLATTWeb authentication, W3C, srcset, URI
PYMNTS
24 April
FIDO’s Roadmap To eCommerce’s ‘Holy Grail’, W3C, srcset, URL
Practical ECommerce
23 April
16 Tools for Website Accessibility, SIG UELANDW3C, Accessibility, ARIA, Beacon, CSS, HTML, srcset, URL, Validator, WAI, WCAG, WCAG 2.0
Site Point
20 April
Turn static CSS3/HTML5 menu into dynamic with PHP/MYSQL, etonpasta15dCSS, CSS3, HTML, HTML5, SVG, URL

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Cover of Boston Globe magazine on MIT 150

— Ranking of W3C in Boston Globe 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.