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Diversity at W3C: 2019 update; launch of TPAC Diversity Fund

There is increasing awareness of the need for greater diversity in the tech field. We would like W3C to be a model of supporting diversity. W3C stakeholders have established a TPAC Diversity Fund. As an international organization, we see the immense value we gain from having greater diversity and expertise from across multiple countries and […]
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Australians! Who are you, and who has the right to know?

This may be biggest question yet facing our wealthy, Western democracies in their passionate embrace of digital services, digital consumerism and digital personas.  To quote from the Australian Consumer Policy Research Centre (CPRC), “87% of Australians were active internet users in 2017, more than 17 million use social networking sites, and 84% are buying products […]
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Chinese Web Interest Group Meets in Hangzhou

The Chinese Web Interest Group gathered in Hangzhou, Zhejiang for its first face to face meeting in 17 November 2018. Our main goal for the meeting was to announce the group and discuss new web standards, ideas, and unique requirements in China. During the meeting, participants reviewed topics such as WebXR, WebGPU, WebML, WebAssembly, WebRTC, […]
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Looking back at TPAC 2018; public release of W3C Strategic Highlights

TPAC 2018, held 22–26 October in Lyon, France, was our combined Technical Plenary / Advisory Committee Meetings Week and brought together W3C technical groups (including a selection of the W3C Community Groups), the W3C Advisory Board, the W3C TAG and the W3C Advisory Committee for an exciting week of coordinated work and invaluable face to face […]
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W3C at TU Update

W3C is pleased to again be participating in TU-Automotive this year. The conference takes place in Novi, Michigan on June 6th and 7th. W3C’s Automotive Lead, Ted Guild, will be participating on two panels. The annual event covers a range of topics on the future of technology in the automotive industry including Cybersecurity, Electrification, Autonomous […]
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Last week’s may be our best TPAC ever; W3C Strategic Highlights

TPAC 2017, which we held last week next to the San Francisco airport, was a very successful event, where more than 600 participants registered, over 250 were drawn by our Developer Meetup, 150 members from the global publishing community participated at the first W3C Publishing Summit, while our first W3C Executive Forum attracted over 50 senior […]
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Join experts, innovators and inventors at the inaugural W3C Executive Forum

Our mission is to lead the Web to its full potential. For decades W3C, with our members, have had a leadership role in driving strategic conversations about emerging technologies and their impact on business. On November 8 2017, in the heart of Silicon Valley,  W3C will host the inaugural W3C Executive Forum with industry leaders, thought […]
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W3C Developer meetup in San Francisco, November 6

We are just a week away from W3C annual Technical Plenary week in the outskirts of San Francisco, where this year again, we are organizing a developer meetup! The event is free, open to anyone who registers for it. We are biased, but we think we have a pretty exciting program lined up: We will […]
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