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Movement for a Better Internet

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Guided by a public interest vision and agenda we build together, reflecting shared values like openness, diversity, privacy, and equity.

About the Movement

The internet lies at a crossroads. It is a tool for information sharing and community building, but it is also fraught with harms that must be addressed like disinformation, deceptive privacy practices, and consolidated gatekeeper power. The next iteration of the internet is already being built as Web3 and the metaverse sweep across the digital landscape. Our current internet and the emerging innovations could be something better: an internet shaped by the public interest values we all share. An internet that works better for everyone.

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Image of the Movement for a Better Internet panel "Better Internet Session” by Anna Tumadóttir licensed under CC BY 4.0.
Image of the Movement for a Better Internet panel "Better Internet Session” by Anna Tumadóttir licensed under CC BY 4.0.

Join Our Movement for a Better Internet

Movement for a Better Internet is a collaborative effort to ensure that the internet’s evolution is guided by public interest values. Our movement brings together diverse voices, facilitates connections, shares resources, and drives policy change based on a shared public interest vision and agenda we will build together for an internet that benefits us all.

We're inviting organizations passionate about creating this better internet to join the movement. If you're an advocate, academic, or activist working to shape tech policy on behalf of the public interest, we'd like to elevate and amplify your work. Help make a better internet a reality by signing up your organization.

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