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A letter from our CEO: The Web as the ultimate tool of resilience for the world

A letter from our CEO Marking two years since the start of the pandemic, W3C CEO Jeff Jaffe reflects on how the web became the ultimate tool of resilience for the world. The Web as the ultimate tool of resilience for the world It’s hard to draw a thread between Wordle, vaccine appointments, and the […]
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Improving Web Advertising: W3C Business Group Launched

Advertising is an essential and critical part of the Web ecosystem, and plays an instrumental role in helping realize our vision of One Web for Everyone Everywhere. Advertising revenues help support a huge proportion of the content and services available to people on the Web, by covering cover day-to-day operational costs while allowing usage and […]
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W3C Day in Spain: HTML5 and Government Linked Data

Every year, since 2006, the W3C Spain Office organizes W3C Day in Spain, an event on Web standards for the Spanish community. The 2012 edition, held in Granada, Andalusia, gathered together over 200 people for a couple of days. W3C Members are the protagonists of the event. All of them are invited to share their professional experiences, challenges, and thoughts taking part either in panels or giving talks. As in previous years, the event served as a forum to discuss common topics regarding standards, and Web technologies in general. The Open Web Platform was the cornerstone of the conference, complemented with a recurrent and interesting subject: Open Government Data, which is in the limelight at all levels of the Spanish public administration.
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