Google has temporarily reversed its decision to strip out the "www" and "m." in domains in version 69 of its Chrome browser, after the change attracted an enormous amount of criticism.
Google's move to strip out the "www" and "m." in domains typed into the address bar, beginning with version 69 of its Chrome browser, has drawn an enormous amount of criticism from developers who see the move as a bid to cement the company's dominance of the Web.
Dr. Vint Cerf - often called the 'Father of the Internet' (along with Dr. Bob Kahn, and others), now chief Internet evangelist at Google - gave a fascinating recent lecture at Stanford University about the Internet's development, its successes, surprises along the way, areas where it hasn't succeeded, and ways that it should be improved.
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