Get ready, the 2018 Internet Health Report will be released on April 10

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Last year, Mozilla released a prototype of the Internet Health Report.

On April 10, 2018 we’re launching the first full version.

Sign up to be the first to see it.

If you’ve been online in the past year, you know a lot has changed since we shared the prototype.

The 2018 report shines a spotlight on three of the biggest questions we’re currently facing about internet health:

  • What does ‘security’ mean in a world where our phones, watches, cars, fridges, vacuums are all online?
  • What is driving the continuing onslaught of fake news and misinformation?
  • How big is ‘too big’ when it comes to tech giants?

 

Our aim with the Internet Health Report is to connect the dots and look for patterns between often siloed issues.

Through data, research and stories we show how the internet is evolving across five issues critical to the health of our connected world: privacy and security, openness, digital inclusion, web literacy and decentralization.

More people are opening their eyes to the real impact the internet has on our societies, economies and personal well-being. Together, we are beginning to look at the health of the internet as not just a technical issue, but a human one.

If you’re also one of these people, the Internet Health Report is written for you.

We want to hear what you think about this year’s report. And we hope you’re ready to join together to build a healthier internet for us all.

Sign up to make sure you don’t miss it.

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Please just update my email, thank you.

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The internet health ardlie is comeing soon

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Normally something cynical in me is cautious about things like this, but to Mozilla’s credit they’ve been good to me and I genuinely do care about the internet at large enough to want to see it get better.