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The man who the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has of the dangers of the Internet. He his three main worries about how the Internet is misused. The first problem is fake news. He said websites and companies are fake news just to make money, or to and change people's political opinions. He said the danger is that fake news " like wildfire". The second problem is political advertising. He said adverts are in "unethical ways" to stop voters from voting or to make them click on fake news stories. His final concern is the misuse of personal data by governments. He said people are in some countries because of the websites they .

Berners-Lee the web in 1989. He said that it had " up to [his] vision" in many ways. He said: "I the web as an open platform that would everyone, everywhere to share information, access opportunities and across geographic and cultural boundaries." His letter outlined a five-year strategy to keep his vision alive. He said there were complex problems, and that the solutions would not simple. He wants to , "a fair level of data control back in the hands of people". He also wants to governments from looking at our online data, which he said creates a "chilling effect on free speech". And he wants to fight against fake news and misinformation. He on all Internet users to .

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