Internet Standards Almanac

World Wide Web Consortium | W3C

The W3C develops technical standards and guidelines for web technologies such as HTML and CSS. These standards influence the way people browse and use web services. The W3C is a membership organisation, where entities can participate by paying an annual membership fee ranging from US$1,000 to US$77,000, depending on the type of organisation, its revenue, and location. Individuals can also apply to be members using the same application process as organisations. While W3C membership is limited to organisations who pay a fee, participation in W3C groups varies. For many groups that are typically made up of dues-paying organisational members, individuals can be invited to participate without a fee.

Working groups in this organisation

Decentralized Identifier Working Group representation

Improving Web Advertising Business Group representation

Privacy Community Group representation

Privacy Interest Group representation

Private Advertising Technology Community Group representation