Yeah this all sounds great and all, but we seriously doubt the government will sign off on something like this. They like control too much!
Earlier today, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of the world wide web, made an unprecedented call. Speaking on the 25th anniversary of his creation, Sir Tim said there needed to be a "Magna Carta"-style bill of rights to protect web users -- otherwise the online community could end up just continuing down a road towards more and more government surveillance. While all this sounds great however, we're skeptical that governments would ever agree to such a bill. Here's just a few reasons why.