John Edward Robinson: The First Internet Serial Killer

This month, it’s been 28 years since the World Wide Web, as we know it, was born. British computer programmer Tim Berners-Lee had created a prototype of what we would now recognize as the web, and on Aug. 7, 1991, his prototype went live. He and his collaborator, Robert Cailliau, a Belgian engineer and computer scientist, envisioned many uses for this new invention, from document sharing to…

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