How panics about pictures of naked women shaped the Web as we know it


On Aug. 6, 1991, Tim Berners-Lee posted to a newsgroup with the subject heading “WorldWideWeb: Summary,” describing his new invention in the most prosaic of terms. “To follow a link, a reader clicks with a mouse,” he wrote. “To search and index, a reader gives keywords.”

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Block Spam Calls and TeleMarketers for Free on your iPhone

Apple supports something called CallKit, similar to the content-blocking API that allows ...

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