David Behrens: The internet is broken and the invention of Sir Tim Berners-Lee can no longer be left to market forces

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SIR Tim Berners-Lee has this much in common with David Cameron: he let the genie out of the bottle and found he could not get it back in. Unlike the former Prime Minister, he hasn’t stopped trying.
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