How we will keep the Decentralized Web decentralized: my talk from the Decentralized Web Summit / Boing Boing

How will we keep the Decentralized Web decentralized: my talk from #DWebSummit

  • How we will keep the Decentralized Web decentralized: my talk from the Decentralized Web Summit
  • Literal support to uphold the morals of the decentralized web, by agreeing now on what an open decentralized web is.”
  • I gave the opening talk, “How Stupid Laws and Benevolent Dictators can Ruin the Decentralized Web, too,” which was about ” Ulysses pacts “: bargains you make with yourself when your willpower is strong to prevent giving into temptation later when you are tired or demoralized, and how these have benefited the web to date, and how new, better ones can protect the decentralized web of the future.
  • Values, Governance, and What Comes Next: Afternoon Sessions at the Decentralized Web Summit [Jeremy Gillula and Noah Swartz/EFF]
  • The week, the Internet Archive is hosting a three-day event (which finishes today) called The Decentralized Web Summit, whose goal is to figure out how to build a new Internet that is “locked open,” an idea that emerged from Internet Archive founder Brewster Kahle’s 2015 series of talks and articles about how technologists can build [

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At yesterday’s Internet Archive Decentralized Web Summit, the afternoon was given over to questions of security and policy.


How we will keep the Decentralized Web decentralized: my talk from the Decentralized Web Summit / Boing Boing

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