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Streamed live on Mar 12, 2019
When Sir Tim Berners-Lee invented the World Wide Web on 12 March 1989, he changed the world forever. Join us and Sir Tim live at the Science Museum as we celebrate 30 years of the web.
Host Rachel Riley and a stellar line of up of speakers will discuss how the web has shaped their lives and the challenges facing the web today (from 17.00 GMT on 12 March).
You'll then have the unique opportunity to hear from Sir Tim Berners-Lee (from 18.14 GMT) about the last 30 years of the web and what governments, companies and all of us as citizens need to do to make sure the web is protected for future generations.
The Science Museum is currently home to the original NeXT Computer used by Sir Tim Berners-Lee to design the World Wide Web at CERN. You can see this historic machine in the Information Age gallery or read more about its story via http://bit.ly/2DZeF8O
This event has been organised by the Science Museum in partnership with the Web Foundation.