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Internet 2.0!

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Contribute to the construction of Internet 2.0, integrating IT architectures and technologies, digital platforms and online services, laws and regulations, social behavior and trends, for a new World Wide Web of the digital age.
Thirty years ago, the World Wide Web was born. Its inventor, the British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee, laid out his vision for an information management system, which would become the World Wide Web, in March 1989. The blueprint would radically transform society as half the world's population went online in just three decades.

On the occasion of the web's 30th anniversary Berners-Lee understands concerns that the internet is no longer a "force for good", users have discovered “it’s not necessarily serving humanity very well, "the fight for the web is one of the most important causes of our time," and "it needs to be changed for the better".

Three sources of dysfunction are affecting the web today:
1. The deliberate and malicious behavior like state-sponsored hacking and online harassment.
2. The system has been designed with "perverse" incentives, such as the ad-based revenue models, used by many tech giants like Google and Facebook, that reward "clickbait and the viral spread of misinformation.
3. The pursuit of short-term profit is sometimes at the expense of human rights, democracy, scientific fact or public safety.

Last Day Party welcomes his challenge through the Internet 2.0 campaign, aimed at gathering the contributions of citizens, companies and governments for the evolution of the World Wide Web towards a more accessible, fair, safe, scientific, democratic and collaborative information management system.
Internet 2.0 brings together the resources and ideas needed for a new World Wide Web of the digital age, integrating IT architectures and Internet2-specific technologies, new digital platforms and online services that limit Web 2.0 dysfunctions, settled by intelligent laws and regulations, that reward the social behavior and the tendencies suitable to serve the common good at the dawn of the third millennium.

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