Correct Answer: CERN

A little background…

Proposed by British scientist Tim Berners-Lee in March 1989, the World Wide Web was invented as a means of sharing information between scientists. Within a year and a half, Berners-Lee built the web's early infrastructure including HTTP and HTML.

The first website was hosted for employees on Berners-Lee's NeXT computer at CERN’s Geneva headquarters on December 20, 1990 before being publicly announced through an alt.hypertext Usenet posting on August 6, 1991. Currently hosted at, the first website provided instructions accessing documents and setting up your own server.

Today, Berners-Lee remains deeply involved with the web after leaving CERN in 1994 to found the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), where he remains today as the organization's director.

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