Berners-Lee and Cailliau
Speaking with ZDNet UK earlier this week, at a House of Lords event focused on the Internet and privacy, Berners-Lee offered this historical reflection: "When people built the Internet, it was designed to be a cloud," he said. "When routing packets, the system only looks at the envelope--it's an important design principle. Now people find out what you write in your letters."
March 13, 2009 9:38 AM PDT
Photo by: Maximilien Brice
| Caption by: Jonathan Skillings
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