Research about the internet is at the heart of how we understand global problems and assess specific solutions.
It’s an open space where anyone can sign up to present their work and anyone can stop by to listen. Please come say hello and join us!
We look forward to welcoming a number of independent researchers, Mozilla fellows and friends from Rising Voices, Firefox Research, AccessNow working on topics ranging from indigenous language activism, to internet shutdown measurement, and digital ad tracking.
The Internet Research Hub is open from 11am to 5pm, both Saturday and Sunday on the first floor gallery (Level 1 – 101).
Contact us if you want to learn more!
Also at Mozfest we will be hosting sessions on Internet Health Around the World, A Preview of the 2019 Internet Health Report and co-hosting sessions with Ranking Digital Rights on Targeted Advertising: Holding Companies Accountable for Human Rights Harms and with the BBC’s Research and Development department asking: Do We Need a Public Service Internet?.