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About the World Wide Web

The Web originated with Tim Berners-Lee at CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, in 1990.

Web Consortium

The development of the Web technology is currently driven by the World-Wide Web Consortium, W3C, , which is hosted by MIT/LCS in the US, INRIA in Europe, and Keio University in Japan.

Web Conferences

The International WWW Conferences are organised by the IW3C2 where you can find latest info on them.

R. Cailliau, Web Office, CERN.