World Wide Web

The World Wide Web (WWW), commonly known as the Web, is an information system where documents and other web resources are identified by Uniform Resource Locators (URLs, such as, which may be interlinked by hypertext, and are accessible over the Internet. The resources of the Web are transferred via the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), may be accessed by users by a software application called a web browser, and are published by a software application called a web server. The World Wide Web is not synonymous with the Internet, which pre-dated the Web in some form by over two decades …



CEIP: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace · 29 November 2023 English

Iran’s regime is using digital repression to control the country’s citizens and further isolate them from the world. The EU should ensure safe online spaces for Iranian activists and tie …

operated internet service providers to enter the World Wide Web, for example through the dominant position

Cato Institute · 28 November 2023 English

Discussions around globalization may create the impression that expanded cross‐​border economic ties have been solely a policy choice or the result of coordinated efforts by governments around the world. That’s …

of the supply and distribution chains on the World Wide Web has been a boon for firms that have incentives

ALIA: Australian Library and Information Association · 21 November 2023 English

The tone is ‘light’ - we aim to both inform and entertain by keeping the things conversational rather than formal whilst adhering to the INCITE style (see below) We have …

We don’t capitalise words such as internet, world wide web, or any terms other than proper names written

World Bank Group · 16 November 2023 English

1 For instance, by using the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Verifiable Credentials standard

Pacific Forum · 16 November 2023 English

Attawat Joseph Ma Assavanadda is a PhD candidate I worked together with other young-generation in the Department of Politics and Public leaders in the Youth, Peace & Security (YPS) track …

that many more people will gain access to the World Wide Web, but it is by no means risk-free. While the

ICS: Institute for Culture and Society · 10 November 2023 English

About the Cultural Infrastructure Research Program The Cultural Infrastructure Research Program (co-led by Professor Deborah Stevenson and Dr Zelmarie Cantillon) conducts cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research into the cultural institutions and practices …

(1991–1994), and many respondents turned to the World Wide Web for their information exchange. Using Bateson’s

ADR: Association for Democratic Reforms · 10 November 2023 English

The judgement makes a fervent appeal to the Union of India and the Parliament regarding the permanent secretariat and consolidated fund availability for the ECI. [...] He said that he …

exploring Web 3.0 (the next evolution of the World Wide Web), where Freedom of Speech can be intact in

The Geneva Association · 8 November 2023 English

Cyber risk accumulation

Providers (ISPs), which facilitate access to the World Wide Web, or CSPs (e.g. Google Cloud or Amazon Web Services

UN DESA: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs · 6 November 2023 English

Fertility rate, total (live births per woman) 4.9 4.6 4.2 a,b Life expectancy at birth (females/males, years) 60.2 / 57.0 62.9 / 59.3 64.1 / 60.2 a,b Population age distribution …

territories or areas. Visit the United Nations World Wide Web site on the Internet: For the Department of

UN DESA: United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs · 6 November 2023 French

(% des employées) Taux de chômage (% de la population active) Taux de participation de la main-d’œuvre (% de la population femme/homme) IPC : Indice des prix à la consommation …

document de l’Organisation. Visitez le site World Wide Web sur Internet des Nations Unies : Pour le Département

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