Tag Archives: Tim Berners-Lee

Are our Googling days numbered? Preview of my T2 Cover Story in The Times (London) tomorrow.

In the space of a single decade, internet search has changed the way we look out onto the world beyond recognition. Google has become our binoculars and our window out on the net. With that blinking cursor on our internet … Continue reading

What can our Google searches tell companies about ourselves? Take this example.

In Tim Berners-Lee’s testimony before a House of Commons committee on internet privacy on wednesday, he drew attention to the potential for snooping on the data trial we leave behind on Google. “We use the internet without a thought that … Continue reading