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W3C was launched in 1994 and is owned by World Wide Web Consortium. The domain W3.org was created on 1994-07-06.

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W3C in the news: "How passkeys are changing authentication"
"Along with the W3C, FIDO has introduced the WebAuthn API for standardizing how passkeys work and providing libraries to use on both the front end and the back end"
https://t.co/0XANQBlcm4
W3C tech in the news: "Performance Measured: How Good Is Your WebAssembly?" "WebAssembly adoption is exploding. Almost every week at least one startup...or established software platform provider is... beginning to offer Wasm tools"
https://t.co/BsJKZzG4Rs
📆 16 March 2023
W3C's Data Strategist and Inria Fellow Pierre-Antoine Champin will speak on "Semantic interoperability at W3C. What's there? What's missing? What's coming?" at ENDORSE 2023,
Hosted by the Publications Office of the European Union.
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#Translation Translation of “Verifiable Credentials Data Model v1.1” in Japanese: “検証可能な資格証明データ・モデルv1.1” https://t.co/5i6jS3kW1G

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