The Washington Post joins World Wide Web Consortium

The Washington Post has announced that they have joined the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), allowing the newspaper to participate in international discussions that ultimately determine standards that help shape digital business for years to come. As a member of W3C, The Washington Post will look to join the Advertising Business Group and add experts to other committees and working groups related to privacy, security, publishing standards, web payment methods, and authentication, among others. Today, the convergence of media, technology, and publishing is creating significant issues and opportunities for advertising, privacy, security, and accessibility that are being addressed by the web community at W3C.

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