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25 years of the World Wide Web – a message from its dad

On its 25th anniversary, the web’s creator Tim Berners-Lee challenges us to make it better.

Although the web has been used for its fair share of unpleasantness and hatred, I don’t think any of us can deny the enormous positive difference it has made to many of our lives.

Microsoft issues emergency out-of-band patch for ASP.Net

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TechCrunch Europe warns readers to scan their PCs for malware

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TechCrunch Europe serves up malware attack

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Don’t panic! The ragtime jazz virus hasn’t infected Gmail

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UK Government: We’re sticking with Internet Explorer 6

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Mozilla pulls password-sniffing Firefox add-on

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iPad owners’ email addresses exposed: let’s stay calm

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Twitter suffering from ‘too many tweets’

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A swarm of Safari security holes: Mac and Windows users told to update

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Second man jailed for Scientology DDoS attack

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Don’t panic! The Pacman virus hasn’t infected Google

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Daily Telegraph website hit by Canadian Pharmacy spammers

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Out-of-date plugins for Internet Explorer, Chrome or Safari? Mozilla can help

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Splunk warns that it exposed users’ passwords

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Scareware hackers exploit McAfee false positive problem

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