Abstract: In this current networked world, Web has become the foremost effective and advanced way of communication. During the initial evolution of the web there was no presumption that the web development is going to be a big deal in the future. In such a short period, Web 2.0 and the Web 3.0 has built an excellent impression within the face of Internet world. The gap from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 has been covered almost in an exceeding decade. But soon after Web2.0 a replacement, Web3.0 has evolved which has not only raised the extent of interest but also many questions among developers, users and the regulators. Do we actually need Web3.0 at this stage, what are the forcing factors, how it's different from Web2.0 and Semantic Web, what are its social, moral and security implications, is it only about personalization, of these questions have made Web3.0 popular among its stakeholders. During this paper the first focus are on the link between Web 2.0, Web 3.0 and therefore the Semantic Web while the secondary is on the rising security concerns about rapid and sequential Web developments. However, the changing business models within the future Web 3.0 also will be highlighted. Semantic Web technologies are considered as a bridge for the technological evolution from Web 2.0 to Web 3.0. Efforts are made to explain the distinctions bet–ween this and therefore the future Web.

Keywords: Web 3.0, Semantic Web, New Internet, Decentralized Internet, Privacy.

PDF | DOI: 10.17148/IJARCCE.2022.11216

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