September 30, 2004

TimBL warns of patent licensing threat

Tim Berners-Lee has spoken out about the dangers of software patents stifling the development of the World Wide Web. TimBL, who se pioneering work at CERN in 1999 led to the introduction of the World Wide Web, is concerned that the potential of the Internet is under threat. He also drew attention to the fact that 3D graphics are yet to be really exploited online, despite the availability of open standards.

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