Tim Berners-Lee invented the web. Can he save it?
Twitter, Google and Microsoft have endorsed a "Contract for the Web" - but what does it really mean? Privacy violations and monopolising business practices were not part of Tim Berners-Lee's vision for the internet when he invented it. Now, he has launched "Contract for the Web", a document outlining how the internet should be used. But will it amount to any real change? Writing in Bloomberg, Leonid Bershidsky explains.