Gordon P. Hemsley
The Open Web is not so much a concrete entity as it is a set of philosophies. As the name implies, the Open Web serves to promote openness and freedom on an international—and supranational—scale.
The Open Web is based on decentralization, transparency, and two-way communication. Every citizen of the Open Web has an equal right to participate in the development of both the content of the Open Web and the standards and protocols that power it.
The Open Web comes down to three fundamental concepts:
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