"We will see an exciting market in television content over the Internet"

30 September 2006

Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web, in a New York Times interview advocates "Net neutrality", or limiting Internet service providers' control over information, and talks about the future of Internet TV.

"We expect to see, very importantly, television streaming over the Internet, which is going to make a very exciting market in television content and maybe entertainment, maybe educational ideas," says.

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