Many contributors, including you!
We develop the Internet Health Report through an open process that involves input from hundreds of people around the world whose interests and work spans many different fields and who have diverse research interests. We welcome and encourage the input of ideas and topics from everyone, and then work with a smaller number of contributors (around 200) on the actual production of reports.
Stay tuned to our blog and email list: We'll be seeking your input again in the second half of 2020.
Once a year we launch an online public call for ideas. Our very first crowdsourcing process was in 2017 when we asked: "How would you measure the health of the Internet?" We (and our community members) also regularly speak at conferences and organize workshops around the world, gathering feedback and ideas on how to improve internet health.
Want to share an idea with us right now? Contact us at
Internet Health ideas maze at Mozfest 2019
I am the editor of Mozilla's Internet Health Report. Always asking questions. Often silly, often serious. 100% Danish-Puerto Rican.
I'm the Interim Director of Mozilla's Insights team. I love cats and hammocks. I draw bad cartoons.
Internet Health Outreach. Advocate. Hacker. Organizer. Noisemaker.
Research and data analyst for the Internet Health Report, and researcher studying activism and journalism.
Writer, politico and intermittent Mozillian. Currently filling in as Outreach Coordinator for the Insights Team.
(Some of) Our Contributors
Mozilla Fellow. Former Policy Manager at the Brazilian Ministry of Justice’s Office. Currently analyzing consumer protection and competition policy in the development of sustainable public policies and innovation
organisational security strategies for lgbqti communities @ Astraea Lesbian Foundation for Justice
Editorial Lead at the Mozilla Foundation. Writing, and conducting press relations, about internet health
Mozilla Resident Fellow. Lead of Tech Policy Fellows. Former Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer.
Mozilla Resident Fellow. His work explores the human intersection between digital technologies and the design of physical of things. Professor in creative technology @ Dundee University.
Lead, Global Governance and Policy Strategy at Mozilla.
Michelle Thorne is a Senior Program Officer at Mozilla. She leads OpenDoTT, a doctoral research program for the internet of things.
OpenDoTT fellow, free/open advocate, and researcher focusing on smart cities. Lead on a number of community initiatives dedicated to critical thinking and making at the crossroadsf culture, science, + technology
Ford-Mozilla Open Web Fellow, Human Rights Watch.
Matt is a creative technologist based in Berlin. He curates the Civic Tech Field Guide and is a Corporate Overlord in the Bad Idea Factory.
Storyteller, Maker, Educator.
Maker @Fablabtorino, Iot @CasaJasmina, Teaching #Fablabforkids @RuralHackIt
Director of Consumer Reports’ Digital Lab. Founding member of IRC's innovation team; former Senior Director, Development at Mozilla.
Project lead of BerryNet, authentic IoT framework powered by AI.
BerryNet - http://berrynet.org
AIKEA - https://aikea.cool/
Senior Program Manager at Ranking Digital Rights. I work on corporate accountability, digital security, satellite imagery, and agriculture.
exec dir @simplysecureorg, advisor @MeasurementLab, alum @OTI #UX #design #data #dataviz #visualization #internethealth #urban #open #rowing
Kelly Davis is the Manager/Technical Lead of the machine learning group at Mozilla.
I'm Mozilla's Head of International Public Policy and also run the Mozilla Open Source Support Program (MOSS).
Marketing manager of AIKEA.
Director of business development of Numbers.
I work on EU public policy for the MoCo Policy team.
My special focus is policy issues related to platform regulation and accountability.
Tony is Head of Technology at SPACE10, leading the exploration of technologies and their implications for people, society and nature.
Full time Mozillian, building the Web of Things with the Mozilla IoT team (iot.mozilla.org).
Expert in human rights and technology. Co-founder and the head of Panoptykon Foundation. Vice-president of European Digital Rights.
Alex is Head of Strategic Partnerships at Mozilla’s Open Innovation team, based in Berlin.
I'm Principal Research Scientist at Mozilla, primarily focused on building open voice ecosystems.
Michael is a web engineer specializing in Machine Learning and Open Data. In 2017, he helped launch Mozilla's Common Voice project.