From digital literacy to information seeking behaviour and from open source co-development projects to public policy research – we invest our resources in areas that overcome roadblocks* to neutral Information access.
Developing open source cloud controlled network technologies (hardware OS / software) for Internet (broadband/WiFi) distribution.
This area of technical work aims to dramatically lower costs for Internet provision and improve last mile connectivity.
Creating alternative financial models to provide free (neutral and open) sustainable Internet access to end-users.
Conducting research on how information access affects behaviour in society. Lobbying to create more scientifically motivated research polices that affect Internet (and information) access in societies.
Training young entrepreneurs, developers and networking professionals to create more meaningful, usable, and affordable Internet/Information services.