September 22, 2006 | By Derek Slater

OneWebDay Celebration Today

Today is OneWebDay, a day to "celebrate the Web and what it means to us as individuals, organizations, and communities." Founded by cyberlaw professor Susan Crawford and spearheaded by volunteers around the globe, the initiative has planned events in major cities. The goal is to get people to take a moment and reflect on the beneficial role the Web already plays in our lives -- and how important it is to take action to protect its development in the future. Visit the OneWebDay site to learn more, and check the wiki for information on in-person events.


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