A special edition of the Internet Health Report | November 2019
*Privacy Included: Rethinking the Smart Home is a special edition of the Internet Health Report consisting of two new articles and one previously published feature.
It explores what can be done to make the global ecosystem for smart things healthier, in a brief and accessible way, through storytelling and conversations with experts.
This short publication was designed as a companion to Mozilla’s annual *Privacy Not Included buyer’s guide which assesses the privacy and security of around 70 new products in 2019.
You can download the lovely print version or read here online.
The Internet Health Report is an open source publication by Mozilla that documents and explains the health of the internet across five issues: decentralization, privacy and security, openness, web literacy, and digital inclusion. The most recent annual version was published in April 2019.
Editorial team: Solana Larsen, Sam Burton, Kasia Odrozek, Stefan Back, and Jairus Khan.
Thank you to all the topic experts and allies from a wide variety of disciplines who generously contributed ideas to this publication through interviews and in writing.
Max von Grafenstein
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