The World Wide Web is thirty years old. Its , Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has spoken about his on its 30th . He said he was worried about how people are using the Internet and its two websites today. He also said he is concerned about the of the Web. He wrote a letter saying he knew many people felt unsure about whether the Web was "a for good". He believes it can be a force for good and can empower billions of people. He wrote that he believed governments and companies must work to build a better Internet. He said: "If we give up on building a Web now, then the Web will not have failed . We will have failed the Web."
Sir Tim had three concerns about the World Wide Web. The was criminal behavior, like state-sponsored hacking and online . He described it as a " of humanity" where "you will see good and bad". He said governments must pass to keep people safe. A second thing that worried Berners-Lee is how social media is used to spread . The past few years have seen a rise in news. In particular, how people were tricked during the 2016 US presidential election and the UK Brexit . Berners-Lee is also worried about people's privacy and personal information. He stressed the of fighting for a better and safer Web and keeping it free for to use.