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Webcop is a brand new cloud based software that helps you start your own offline agency in practically any local business niches by finding leads and then solving real business problems while making $500 – $2000 per client for you with just a few clicks of your mouse and no technical or marketing experience.
Breakthrough A.I Engine AUTOMATICALLY Scans, Detects, Fixes & Generates Buyer Leads From Websites That Are Unintentionally Breaking Local & International Laws… In 90 Seconds Flat!
WebCop makes it easy to create a 6 figure agency business by ‘copy and pasting’ a single line of code and using a simple web-based app to get paid for helping businesses out with some major legal and compliance issues.
In the details, Webcop Scans your website and automatically detects privacy & lawsuit risks – so you can fix it fast. Then it lets anyone sell this as a service with a single line of code!
How Does It Work?
Step 01: Log in to the Webcop widget to generate a short line of code.
Step 02: Paste the line of code on any business website to allow visitors to run free website compliance tests.
Step 03: The business owner is shown where their website has compliance issues and the software closes the lead for you.
This total done-for-you system will:
Hunt desperate leads.
Who is already spending huge in the same sector you deal with.
Even pitches leads for you
No cold calling required
No Physical Meetings required
Comes with a toolkit for Web Development
Comes with a toolkit for Designing
Comes with a toolkit for Search Engine Optimization
Comes with a toolkit for Video Optimization
And these are just a few benefits of this system. Webcop lets you find leads that will pay you thousands of dollars a month, just to perform tasks that you already know how to do it. Or that you can learn very quickly if you have no experience.
Webcop Includes 11 Legal Compliance Tools For Websites
Lawsuit Website Analyzer
This tool is included inside WebCop and can be used to do a thorough scan of ANY website you choose to look for potential issues that could result in a lawsuit with no installation
With the click of your mouse and just a few seconds, you’ll get instant results from the analysis that reveal potential legal issues that need to be resolved
This visual tool is a great way to show a business owner what their exposure is, and it makes it easy to close the deal and get paid
Lawsuit Website Widget
Copy and paste this widget to your Agency website to offer FREE legal and compliance tests to quickly generate leads
This tool automatically scans any website that chooses to run a compliance test for legal and compliance issues
This is a great way to grow your agency because the widget not only finds issues but works to help you close the business and get paid to help them resolve issues
Attorneys regularly charge $2,000+ for this service, but you can charge less and keep 100% of the profits for yourself
Any website that’s selling anything should have a disclaimer to prevent liability and explain what’s being offered and how everything works
Webcop also offers a module that handles this with ease. Instantly create a perfect disclaimer that will protect the website owner from lawsuits and liability
Cookie Consent Generator
This simple tool makes it easy to add this to any client site to avoid sanctions and fines. This is an easy way to charge $500+ with just minutes of simple work
Terms And Conditions Generator
A Terms and Conditions page is crucial for any website that collects leads or sells something, but many websites don’t have one. This simple tool makes it easy to add a T&C page to any website online
Attorneys charge hundreds per hours for this, and you can easily do this in minutes with Webcop and charge whatever you want for quick and easy profits
Cookie Widget Generator
Many businesses websites are actively looking to add a cookie widget, and this tool inside Webcop does it quickly and efficiently with a few clicks. Quickly create a custom cookies widget to comply with the ePrivacy Directive and GDPR.
This only takes minutes and few clicks with Webcop, and you can charge $500 to $1,000+
Return & Refund Policy Generator
Having a return refund policy builds buyer trust, is proven to boost sales, and actually decrease refunds and chargebacks. Unfortunately, creating a legally airtight return and refund policy can be time-consuming and complex
This Return and Refund Policy Generator makes it as easy as entering a few simple details and clicking your mouse to create an airtight Return and Refund Policy for any website so you can get paid high fees
This simple tool will find any ADA compliance issues with any website and correct those issues quickly and easily.
It normally costs $2,000 to $3,500+ to fix these issues, but Webcop does all the heavy-lifting for you. Charge what you want and keep 100% of the profit
It’s crucial that a business website uses SSL to protect important client data and to get the best search rankings possible, and this tools finds all SSL issues
Easily fix these issues that can cause visitors to leave a website because it says the site is not secure. Businesses will gladly pay you because this issue alone can cost them thousands of dollars due to bounced traffic
With a single click, Webcop will find any text, image, or video plagiarism on a website, so it can be removed and fines and lawsuits avoided…This is a common issue, and it’s something that can be detrimental to a business. Charge what you want and keep 100% of the profit
The Good News Is Businesses Will Gladly Send You Money To Handle These Important Things For Them. And WebCopApp Not Only Finds Websites That Are Breaking The Law Or Non-Compliant. It’s Got A Toolkit With Everything You Need To Fix These Issues In Minutes And Get PAID. WebCop Scans your website and automatically detects privacy & lawsuit risks – so you can fix it fast.
Then it lets anyone sell this as a service with a single line of code. You don’t need any technical skills because the app is easy to use. You don’t need any sales experience because businesses will come to you to help them solve compliance and legal issues with their websites. To start your agency, all you have to do is paste a single line of code and WebCop finds websites that are out of compliance automatically.
On Wednesday, 32 years after English computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee penned “Information Management: A Proposal,” the genesis of the World Wide Web, Sotheby’s auctioned the Web’s original source code for $5.4 million. It was, of course, in the form of a nonfungible token aka an NFT.
The source code for the Web was sold to an anonymous buyer, according to Sotheby’s. There were a total of 51 bids on the NFT.
“NFTs, be they artworks or a digital artifact like this, are the latest playful creations in this realm, and the most appropriate means of ownership that exists, Berners-Lee said in a statement about the auction. “They are the ideal way to package the origins behind the Web.”
Sotheby conducted the auction, titled “This changed everything” from June 23 through June 30 with the bidding starting at $1,000. The British-founded global marketplace for art collectibles has recently added digital collectibles such as NFTs to its offerings. The proceeds from the $5.4 million will go toward initiatives that Tim Berners-Lee supports, including his open source technology Solid.
NFTs are rapidly becoming a way for members of the digital community to create a virtual museum and document historic moments on the internet, whether that was the $4 million sale of the Doge meme NFT or when Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sold an NFT of his first tweet for $2.9 million or when digital artist Itzel Yard sold an NFT art made from the key of the first Tor Browser, making her the highest-selling female NFT artist.
Gauthier Zuppinger is the co-founder of nonfungible.com, a database that tracks the sales of NFTs and crypto collectibles. He compared the source code to CryptoPunks, one of the first non-fungible tokens on the Ethereum blockchain. Zuppinger says the code’s singularity and its monumental role in the foundation of the digital world contributed to the skyrocketing bidding price for the NFT.
So what exactly does the anonymous buyer receive? It doesn’t receive any unique usage rights because the source code for the web has been public domain since 1991 when CERN released the worldwide web code library.
The NFT itself contains a myriad of technical tid-bits and gemstones in the history of the Web. The four elements include the original time-stamped files containing the code that was written between October,1990, and August, 1991. The 9,555 lines of code written in the Objective-C programming language depicts the application of three inventions made by the physicist-turned-software engineer: HTML (Hypertext Markup Language); HTTP (Hyper Transfer Protocol); and URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers). The buyer will also receive a letter from Berners-Lee, an animated visualization and a digital poster of the code.
“As people seem to appreciate the autographed versions of books, now we have NFT technology, I thought it could be fun to make an autographed copy of the original code of the first web browser,” Berners-Lee’s statement reads.
Apart from being the man behind the Web, Berners-Lee is also a director of the World Wide Web consortium, which looks over the development of the Web. As the co-founder and chief technology officer of Inrupt, he is honing open source technology called Solid to come closer to his original vision for the Web to be a shared information space for all members of the society.
Dr. Merav Ozair, an expert on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology and a fintech faculty member at Rutgers Business School, compared the NFT sale of the World Wide Web source code to the historic moment when the founding fathers of the United States of America signed the Declaration of Independence. The only difference is that the code that created the web also changed the way the world functions today.
“This was also a historic moment when he created a code that initiated everything, and this is not something only for the U.S. it’s for the global community, everywhere,” she says.
Ozair says the auction marks the kick off of Web 3.0, a version of the web where cryptocurrencies thrive.
The source code for the web is already public domain. In fact, Berners-Lee fought with CERN officials for it to be that way, says Marc Webber, the curatorial director of the internet history program at the Computer History Museum.
“It’s a little bit paradoxical. You know, you’ve got an NFT on this completely public domain open thing,” says Webber, who has been researching the history of the web since 1995.
The auction has instigated curiosity about web history, Webber says. But the commodification of computer and technology history could make it difficult for museum curators like him to procure such digital artifacts when NFTs offer the owner lump sum pay-offs and a wide audience.
Webber says that Berners-Lee has had multiple opportunities to cash in on his invention but has always chosen not to so that the web remains in the public domain. “I do know that this is not like a simple ploy to get money,” he says.
I write about tech startups and innovation. I am receiving my master’s degree in magazine journalism from the University of Missouri. I’ve previously written and worked for Vox Magazine in Columbia, Missouri and Kauffman Foundation in Kansas City.
A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. NFTs can be used to represent items such as photos, videos, audio, and other types of digital files. Access to any copy of the original file, however, is not restricted to the buyer of the NFT. While copies of these digital items are available for anyone to obtain, NFTs are tracked on blockchains to provide the owner with a proof of ownership that is separate from copyright.
The NFT market value tripled in 2020, reaching more than $250 million. During the first quarter of 2021, NFT sales exceeded $2 billion. A non-fungible token (NFT) is a unit of data stored on a digital ledger, called a blockchain, which can be sold and traded. The NFT can be associated with a particular digital or physical asset (a file or a physical object) and a license to use the asset for a specified purpose. NFTs (and the associated license to use, copy or display the underlying asset) can be traded and sold on digital markets.
NFTs function like cryptographic tokens, but unlike cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, are not mutually interchangeable, in other words, not fungible (e.g. one bitcoin is equivalent to any other bitcoin while every NFT may represent a different underlying asset and thus have a different value). NFTs are created when blockchains string records of cryptographic hash, a set of characters identifying a set of data, onto previous records therefore creating a chain of identifiable data blocks.
This cryptographic transaction process ensures the authentication of each digital file by providing a digital signature that is used to track NFT ownership. However, data links that point to details like where the art is stored can die.The speculative market for NFTs has led more investors to trade at greater volumes and rates.The buying surge of NFTs was called an economic bubble by experts, who also compared it to the Dot-com bubble.
The idea of open source is not new. Ideas around the power of collectives to share, iterate, and effectively innovate together in near virtual space arose in the mid-eighteenth century, during the heyday of the age of enlightenment, with groups like the Lunar Society in the UK. The Lunar Society met roughly once a month in Birmingham, at the epicenter of the industrial revolution, as a collective of great minds, including both of Charles Darwin’s grandfathers.
They explored, shared, and broke barriers across disciplines together because they had the space in which to do it, and as a byproduct they gained great energy from discovering the possibilities of the world around them. For anyone who has attended an open source event, this description may sound familiar.
The Lunar Society of the 1790s is in many ways the very essence of open source community. Getting the very best ideas, working together, reacting and sharing together in real time. One major difference, though, is that the Lunar Society was very exclusive by nature, while today’s open source community is not. It is truly open. We live in a vastly more complex and expansive world than Birmingham in the 1790s; the power of the opportunities today is global, and mostly still forming.
With billions of devices running autonomously, computing, sensing, and predicting zettabytes of data, there are endless possibilities for what business ideas and technologies will thrive on the intelligent edge. Only an open source strategy can work in this environment: millions of people, ten of millions of ideas, maybe billions of combinations of code.
Open source for the intelligent edge
An effective intelligent edge will require a robust infrastructure that can handle low latency, high availability, and bandwidth demands. This infrastructure will include three key components: a cloud platform for running applications, analytics to monitor the health of the platform and services, and an orchestration layer to deploy and manage services across a distributed network.
There are five basic ways for companies to obtain this infrastructure: build it themselves from scratch, buy a proprietary solution from a vendor, build it starting with open source, buy a vendor-supported open source solution, or use infrastructure as a service (IaaS).
In a recent survey we administered across 500 respondents in France, Germany, Spain, the UK, and the U.S., a relatively small percentage selected “build your own from scratch,” and a few more selected “vendor proprietary.” The majority selected an option where open source plays a role, whether in IaaS, do-it-yourself (DIY), or vendor-supported options. IaaS was the #1 choice for all three elements (cloud platform, analytics, and orchestration). The rest were split between one of the other flavors of open source (DIY or vendor-supported).
It seems most people aren’t interested in building and/or managing their infrastructure themselves. 34% of business in the U.S. cite “lack of internal skills or knowledge” and “bandwidth constraints on people’s time” as the biggest barriers to adopting intelligent edge technologies, followed closely by “additional investments in associated technologies are unclear” and “lack of internal business support or request.” Open source options give these companies the benefits of the solution without having to shoulder the burden all on their own.
If building and supporting your own infrastructure is core to your business, then building from scratch might make sense — but even then, chances are you may still use open source components. With 180,000 open source projects available with 1,400 unique licenses, it just doesn’t make sense not to use open source to some degree.
Two key reasons why open source is so pervasive
The popularity of open source is not surprising. For one thing, you get to tap into a technological hive mind. There is some debate, and many variables, but estimates put the number of open source developers worldwide somewhere north of 20 million. Open source communities attract a wide variety of people who are interested in participating in a particular piece of technology, with communities and projects running the gamut in terms of size and scope, depending on the focus and maturity of the project.
The common thread is the community of people who are contributing and reviewing code in an effort to make the project better. Generally speaking, the more applicable the code is to a variety of use cases and needs, the more participation you might see in the community. So with open source projects you get to leverage some of the smartest people on the planet, and they don’t have to be on your company payroll.
The second reason for such widespread usage of open source — related to the first — is the fact that you don’t have to do it all yourself. It’s a pretty common scenario for a development organization to use open source code as a component of a larger solution. By leveraging that open source component they can save hundreds if not thousands of work hours by not having to develop or be the sole maintainer of that piece of code. It also allows the organization to focus on their value-add.
Not just a groovy codefest
Open source derives its success from community, and just like in any community, some boundaries and agreed-upon rules to play by are necessary in order to thrive. It’s one thing to download a piece of open source code for use in a personal project. It’s another to use open source code as a critical component of your company’s operations or as a product you provide to your customers. Just because you can get open source code “for free” doesn’t mean you won’t make an investment.
Open source projects need focus, attention, and nurturing. In order to get the full value from the community one must be an active member of that community — or pay someone to be an active member of the community on your behalf. Being active requires an investment of time and resources to give a voice and listen to other voices on a steering committee, discuss priority features to work on next, participate in marketing activities designed to encourage more participants, contribute quality code, review code from others, and more. Leaning in is strongly encouraged.
Open source technology offers a tremendous opportunity for collective creativity and innovation. When like-minded people gather together for a focused intellectual purpose, it’s energizing to the individual and can be hugely beneficial to the organization. Whether the open source code is part of an IaaS, a component of something you build, or part of a vendor-supported solution, it is a tremendous asset you can use to push your company’s value-add forward to better meet your customer’s needs.
Matt Jones is responsible for the global R&D team at Wind River. In this role, he leads the delivery of innovative products that are enabling and accelerating the digital transformation of our customers across market segments, ranging from aerospace to industrial, defense to medical, and networking to automotive. With nearly 20 years of experience in the technology industry, he oversees the development of the Wind River portfolio to expand the company’s reach in both new and existing markets.
He was previously at Virgin Hyperloop One, where as Senior Vice President he led the Software Engineering teams; tasked with providing all the software needed to manage, control, and operate an autonomous hyperloop system. This included embedded software and electronics, networking, cloud data and services, as well as customer-facing applications. Prior to Virgin Hyperloop One, he was chief product officer at moovel Group, Daimler’s mobility solutions company. Before moovel, he was director of future technology at Jaguar Land Rover. He also serves as Chairman at GENIVI Alliance, and was a member of the Board of Directors at The Linux Foundation.
He holds a Master of Engineering, Electronic and Electrical with Management, from the University of Birmingham.
Generally, open source refers to a computer program in which the source code is available to the general public for use for any (including commercial) purpose, or modification from its original design. Open-source code is meant to be a collaborative effort, where programmers improve upon the source code and share the changes within the community. Code is released under the terms of a software license. Depending on the license terms, others may then download, modify, and publish their version (fork) back to the community.
Open source promotes universal access via an open-source or free license to a product’s design or blueprint, and universal redistribution of that design or blueprint. Before the phrase open source became widely adopted, developers and producers used a variety of other terms. Open source gained hold in part due to the rise of the Internet. The open-source software movement arose to clarify copyright, licensing, domain, and consumer issues.