Since 1990, the World Wide Web has developed through three phases. The read phase gave individuals and companies a platform for publishing on a broader scale than ever before, but it wasn’t interactive. The read-write phase allows readers and creators to interact with each other on the same Web page, but it has a few drawbacks: Creators are not compensated for the content they produce for platforms, their data is not secure, and they have no ownership of user-generated content.
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