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Today, the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) will release a searchable database of over 200,000 companies, trusts, foundations and funds incorporated in 21 tax havensRead more

Happening this week is #FASTAfrica, a new campaign to demand Internet that is faster, more accessible, and affordable for all Africans before 2020. The message is that development, and thereforeRead more

Over half of countries studied now have open data initiatives, but still less than 10% of the government data vital for sustainable development is open Today the Web Foundation, set up by WorldRead more

This briefing note is also available as a PDF. As part of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), world leaders have committed to strive for universal and affordable access to the InternetRead more

What must governments around the world do to achieve universal, affordable Internet access for their people? That was the question addressed today at a high-level meeting of the Global ConnectRead more

Below is an open letter to Brazilian lawmakers from our Founding Director Sir Tim Berners-Lee. The Portuguese version is first, followed by the English. — O Brasil ama a Internet. Mais daRead more

In the wake of the Panama Papers revelations, attention is now turning to how we stamp out corruption for good. While companies must report detailed information to governments, including theirRead more

Last week, the United States government took an important step toward ensuring universal access to affordable Internet, when the country’s Federal Communications Commission (FCC) approved aRead more

Web We Want ’s #FASTAfrica campaign is on a mission to make Africa’s Internet Fast, Affordable, Safe and Transparent. Why? Because we believe that when all of the people have access toRead more