L’avis de Tim Berners Lee sur le très actuel débat sur la neutralité du Net. Nihil novi mais le rappel de quelques fondamentaux.
- Début : "Twenty-seven years ago, the inventors of the Internet designed an
architecture which was simple and general. Any computer could send a
packet to any other computer. The network did not look inside packets.
It is the cleanness of that design, and the strict
independence of the layers, which allowed the Internet to grow and be
- Fin : "The Internet is increasingly becoming the dominant medium binding us.
The neutral communications medium is essential to our society.
It is the basis of a fair competitive market economy.
It is the basis of democracy, by which a community should decide what to do.
It is the basis of science, by which humankind should decide what is true."