The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3).

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  • W3C hearing the concerns the EME recommendation raises
    We are hearing a great deal of anger, concerns and disagreement –in the Press, in e-mail we’ve received, and in response on Social Media. We have been reading and hearing assertions that we made a mistake when we published Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) as a W3C Recommendation. A lot has been written about EME in […]
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  • Reflections on the EME debate
    For the past several years we have engaged in one of the most divisive debates in the history of the W3C Community. This is the debate about whether W3C should release the Encrypted Media Extensions (EME) Recommendation without requiring that vendors provide a covenant that protects security and interoperability researchers. This debate is an offshoot […]
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  • First Public Working Drafts for Web of Things
    There is widespread agreement on the huge potential for exploiting connected sensors and actuators, but such devices vary considerably in their capabilities and communication technologies. This makes it challenging to create services involving devices from different vendors and using different standards. The Web of Things seeks to reduce the costs and risks for developing such […]
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  • Check out Web Payments Demos @ Money20/20
    Please join me on Monday, 23 October at Money20/20, where my colleagues from Google, Mastercard, and Airbnb will demonstrate how to streamline online checkout using new Web standards from W3C. In our session, Zach Koch (Google) will highlight new browser features to accelerate checkout. James Anderson (Mastercard) will show how native mobile applications could integrate […]
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  • Program for W3C Publishing Summit Announced
    The program for the inaugural W3C Publishing Summit (taking place November 9-10, 2017 in the San Francisco Bay Area) has just been announced. The program will feature keynotes from Internet pioneer and futurist Tim O’Reilly and Adobe CTO Abhay Parasnis. along with dozens of other speakers and panelists who will showcase and discuss how web technologies […]
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  • Launching the WebAssembly Working Group
    We’d like to announce the formation of a WebAssembly Working Group. For over two years the WebAssembly W3C Community Group has served as a forum for browser vendors and others to come together to develop an elegant and efficient compilation target for the Web. A first version is available in 4 browser engines and is on […]
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  • “Fixing the Web” with Jeff Jaffe, Brewster Kahle and Steven Gordon
    On 14 July 2017, W3C CEO Jeff Jaffe (MIT ’76) was featured as part of an MIT Alumni Association Panel “Fixing the Web” with Brewster Kahle, (’82)Founder and Digital Librarian, Internet Archive and Steven Gordon (’75), Professor of IT Management, Babson College. When talking about the history of the Web and Tim Berners-Lee, Jeff noted that after its […]
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  • Bringing Publications to the Web: First Steps
    The Publishing Working Group, Business Group, and Interest Group met for a two-day face to face at the Adobe office in New York. People came from far and wide to glimpse the Naked Cowboy for the first (and hopefully last) time from this office overlooking Times Square. We had an excellent view of a giant […]
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  • Possible future directions for data on the Web
    As I enter my final days as a member of the W3C Team*, I’d like to record some brief notes for what I see as possible future directions in the areas in which I’ve been most closely involved, particularly since taking on the ‘data brief’ 4 years ago. Foundations The Data on the Web Best […]
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  • Jacob Rossi, "Pointing Forward" at W3Conf 2013
    W3Conf is W3C's an­nual confer­ence for web pro­fes­sion­als. If you are a web devel­op­er or designer want­ing to hear the lat­est news on HTML5, CSS, the open web platform and your place in it, come join us!
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  • Tim Berners-Lee awarded 2016 ACM A.M. Turing Prize
    On Saturday 24 June 2017, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web and Director of the W3C will be awarded the ACM A.M. Turing Prize. This video from the ACM outlines Sir Tim’s work on the Web and his thoughts on the award. A few quotes from this short documentary particularly resonated with […]
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  • Major Milestones for Publishing@W3C
    The new Publishing@W3C activity was formed in February 2017 when W3C finalized our combination with IDPF (the International Digital Publishing Forum). Over the last four months there’s been a ton of progress. The new Publishing Business Group, the focal point for discussing overall requirements and issues, is up and running, with a kick-off meeting in […]
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  • Yes RDF is All Well and Good But Does It Scale?
    A criticism of Linked Data, RDF and the Semantic Web in general is that is doesn’t scale. In the past this has been a justified complaint – but no longer. The EU-funded Big Data Europe project, in which W3C is pleased to be a partner, is running a series of pilots in 7 different societal […]
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  • In Memoriam – Pierre Danet
    A visionary leader in the advancement of publishing technology and the Web has passed away. Pierre Danet, Chief Digital Officer of Hachette-Livre Group, was a long-time Board member of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF). In that capacity he played an instrumental leadership role in the recently completed combination of IDPF with the W3C. Pierre […]

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