Marketplace Tech for Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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Forget about Al Gore for a second: Tim Berners-Lee actually made the Internet. And the guy who created the World Wide Web has some strong feelings about his legacy. We talked to this computer scientist (who happens to be a knight as well) about a variety of tech topics. Also, SXSW Interactive offers up an Aaron Swartz memorial, and a new hot gadget: Leap Motion's gesture control device. 

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Internet creator Tim Berners-Lee: Copyright Alert System is bad for democracy

Internet inventor Tim Berners-Lee speaks out about the importance of an open Internet and why Internet service providers should back off from their new Copyright Alert System.
Posted In: Internet, internet censorship, Tech

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