A robust, networked field of global public interest internet policy institutions has established clear and enforceable legal, regulatory, and technical standards to advance digital rights and access.
Government, civil society, and philanthropy recruit public interest technologists, and ensure that they play a key role in addressing critical policy questions related to digital rights and access.
Civil, human, and internet rights advocates work with public interest technologists to develop shared agendas and coordinate campaigns to protect the public.
A developing field of public interest technology organizations serves the public interest on a full range of technology issues.
Built on a more secure and standardized digital infrastructure, the technical foundations of the internet prioritize the public interest.
A robust ecosystem of effective, user-friendly public interest technologies supports free speech, privacy, access, and freedom from unjust surveillance, censorship, and data bias.