The first ever website was published on August 6, 1991 and served up a page explaining the World Wide Web project and giving information on how users could setup a web server and how to create their own websites and web pages, as well as how they could search the web for information.
Website checker for Section 508 Accessibility, WCAG, WAI and Broken Link Testing from the Bureau of Internet Accessibilityby Monique
As a free public service, the Bureau of Internet Accessibility scans web sites and provides a complete analysis of their accessibility, along with the broken links discovered, for free.
The statements, written by people from a variety of backgrounds and political persuasions, incorporate many of the same broad themes: SOPA will threaten perfectly legal websites, stifle innovation, kill jobs, and substantially disrupt the infrastructure of the Internet. Here is a small sample of what they had to say
Social networks catastrophes are of a different types and with different consequences, but often revolve around personal data.