Article: The Problem with Centralized Internet

Decentralized Internet

The Problem with Centralized Internet

Internet today is about gatekeepers. For instance, if you want to access a website, it requires going through multiple middlemen. First, a domain name server, then a server hosting company, which usually directs you to a third party, i.e; a web hosting service and this happens every time you try to open a website on the internet. These gatekeepers, however, are quite vulnerable to cyber-attacks and also make censorship & surveillance very easy.

By using decentralized internet, we can make sure that the content is accessible to everyone, at all times, and without the intervention of any powerful & unjust middlemen. With this form of internet, we can also exercise our freedom and fight against censorship and unwanted surveillance.

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Article: Web 2 Oligarchs Cast a Long Shadow. But Web 3 Can Help

Blockchain, Web 3.0

Web 2 Oligarchs Cast a Long Shadow. But Web 3 Can Help - DecryptWeb 2 Oligarchs Cast a Long Shadow. But Web 3 Can Help

Last week, Google suffered a temporary outage, affecting some of the world’s most popular online services, including YouTube, Gmail, Google Assistant, and Google Drive. It was down only an hour, but the outage temporarily halted online work for many and illustrated the perils of modern online existence over-reliance on the search engine giant.

The event served as a timely reminder of the fragility of the underlying infrastructure that runs the web. It showcased just how impaired we all are when one of the tech monopolies falters, even just for a moment.

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Yoda: WWW Founder Tim Berners-Lee Working on New Decentalized Web

Advanced Cyber I/O, Autonomous Internet

WWW founder Tim Berners-Lee working on a new decentralised web

Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the World Wide Web (WWW), is exploring the idea of a new decentralised version of the web, along with other internet scientists, report New York Times. The Decentralized Web Summit was held from June 8-9 in San Francisco, and envisions a web which is not controlled by corporations or governments across the world.

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