Web inventor Berners-Lee creates a new privacy first way of dealing with the internet

When Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the web, he made it easy for everyone to use it and share information. Fast forward 28-years, and your personal information is controlled largely by major companies. Enough already. Berners-Lee wants to put our data back in our hands.

Berners-Lee wants to do this with a new open-source project: Solid. He’s not the first. People are sick of having their personal data locked in the hands of giant corporations. Berners-Lee who “was devastated” by recent privacy abuses, decided enough was enough.

Read more about how the creator of the web wants to save it now, on ZDNet.