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Radical shake-up proposed for the internet


Oct 11, 2018 2:04 PM - 1+ week ago

Description: Changes may be in the cards for the internet. Primarily, the global information system that we know as the World Wide Web could be up for some radical blockchain-concept re-thinking. It could take us back in time, but in a good way, according to some experts.Mass decentralization, which includes the shifting the control of data from corporations to individuals, is what they propose.?If you think of our existing web, it was originally designed to be decentralized, but over the years, we've come to see 90 percent of the traffic going through three or four different companies,? says Mitra Ardron, Technical Lead for Decentralization, at Internet Archive, which hosted the Decentralized Web Summit in San Francisco this summer. He was quoted on the conference?s website.To read this article in full, please click here...

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