Press & Events

Speaking and Writing from our Team


John Bruce and Tim Berners-Lee | 

Wall Street Journal Future of Everything Festival, May 27, 2020: "The Future of Connectivity"


Bruce Schneier | 

Black Hat, April 16, 2020: "Hacking in the Public Interest" Webcast

Yale's The Politic, April 1, 2020: "An Interview with Bruce Schneier, Renowned Security Technologist"

RSA Conference, February 24-28, 2020, San Francisco: "Hacking Society"


Davi Ottenheimer

All Tech is Human, May 29, 2020: "Data Ethics and How to Save the Web"

CISO Series, April 24, 2020: "Hacking the Modern Workforce: An hour of critical thinking about managing access in a dynamic workplace"

RSA Conference, February 24-28, 2020, San Francisco: "The Internet Is Broken: We Need a Solution for Our Data"



Recent Media Coverage


wsj CEO John Bruce and CTO Tim Berners-Lee on WSJ Future of Everything

sundaytimes Danny in the Valley Podcast: Inrupt's John Bruce, "The web we could have"

FT World wide web founder scales up efforts to reshape internet

zd Berners-Lee's Solid project: Schneier joins team to give you back control over data

register World Wide Web's Sir Tim swells his let's-remake-the-internet startup with Bruce Schneier, fellow tech experts

GMCA GM is first in UK to trial new technology aimed at giving children the best start in life

 accenture Accenture Technology Vision 2020


The Telegraph Web pioneer Sir Tim Berners-Lee raises millions for start-up helping people take back control of their data

wsj Tech Giants Have Hijacked the Web. It’s Time for a Reboot.

nbc These technologists think the internet is broken. So they're building another one.

 vb A Pod world: How you’d trade your data for services over a decentralized internet

cnet Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee wants to give you your data back

FT Boldness in Business person of the year: Sir Tim Berners-Lee

wired How Tim Berners-Lee's inrupt project plans to fix the web


tech crunch  Tim Berners-Lee is on a mission to decentralize the web

Fast Company Exclusive: Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the World Wide Web

VanityFair "I was devastated": Tim Berners-Lee, the man who created the World Wide Web, has some regrets