About the Internet Health Report

Welcome to Mozilla’s open source initiative to document and explain what’s happening to the health of the Internet.

Read the 2019 Internet Health Report

The Internet is an ecosystem that billions of people depend for their lives and livelihoods. It adapts to our behavior and actions from one end of the globe to another.

Every year, the Internet gets healthier in some ways and unhealthier in others. Getting the balance right is what we need for the Internet to be a resource for good.

So what does it mean for the Internet to be healthy? And how do we measure progress and setbacks? That’s what the Internet Health Report is all about.

By engaging you and a community of key thinkers on defining Internet health, we want to generate better understanding of what the world can do to make the Internet healthier.

This project was initiated by Mozilla and combines Internet research and public comments from around the world towards the publication of an annual report.

A prototype of the report (v0.1) was released in 2017 and the first full report was released in 2018.

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Internet Health Roadmap 2018/2019

Aug - Oct
Generating and collecting ideas, researching, analyzing and drafting a content outline
Nov - Jan
Writing, editing, visualizing data and research
Feb- March
Translation, design and web development
Wow! New Internet Health Report is born
May - July
Promoting report, supporting community use and remixing, collecting feedback


Solana Larsen is the editor of this report. You can email her directly with your thoughts and suggestions.

Kasia Odrozek is the project manager.

Jairus Khan is the outreach coordinator.

Stefan Baack is the data and research analyst.

Eeva Moore is the editorial assistant.

Contact us: internethealth@mozillafoundation.org