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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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The @w3ctag has released a draft of "Web Platform Design Principles." These principles provide concrete practical advice in response to the higher level ethical responsibilities that come with developing the web platform.
Feedback is welcome.
https://t.co/TVEnawxFys
The W3C AC has nominated 6 individuals for 5 seats in the W3C Advisory Board (AB) election. AC are invited to vote until 1 June 2022. The AB provides ongoing guidance on issues of strategy, management, legal matters, process, and conflict resolution.
https://t.co/wJ3x3yGses https://t.co/ktpp863cbB
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💳 #WebPayments Web Payments Meeting (May 2022 Edition) https://t.co/kleILp2raW
update: see the WOFF WG members who attended the Emmy award event: Raph Levien, Google; Jyrki Alakuijala, Google; Chris Lilley, W3C; Alan Bird, W3C; Vladimir Levantovsky, Invited Expert; Rod Sheeter, Google; David Kuettel; Garret Rieger , Google
https://t.co/MKRslqzdWs https://t.co/9W4uNu5Qt1
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🆕 Proposed W3C Charter: RDF Dataset Canonicalization and Hash Working Group (until 2022-06-13/14) https://t.co/RFjumN06kf
April 2022 W3C Strategic Highlights:
Web advertising makes online advertising more effective and privacy-preserving, by identifying where standards and changes in the web itself can improve the ecosystem and experience for users, advertisers and others
https://t.co/DlqUaSDjAZ

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#Accessibility is an often discussed topic in terms of urban infrastructure, but it’s also a must-have for the #online space. 🦾

What are the four main principles for an inclusive website?
Read the article: https://t.co/7aEwRdVwpr

#WebContentAccessibility #WCAG #W3C

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