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REPORT: INTERNET HEALTH REPORT



What is it?

In this Internet Health Report (their fourth),  a group of researcher reflects on the year that passed to gear up for the work ahead. They include a diagnosis on the current condition of the Internet in a slideshow of “Internet Facts and Figures.” Three spotlight articles explore aspects of Internet health, data and artificial intelligence through the lenses of racial justice, data and labor in the gig economy, and corporate and algorithmic transparency.

Who is it for?

Anyone looking to understand the status of the Internet in 2020.

What can it do?

This report has four sections, each exploring Internet health from a specific angle:

  • The end of year analysis takes a holistic look atInternet health based on 2020.

  • Three spotlight articles are deeper dives into key issues: racial justice and software, labor and data, and social media transparency and accountability.

  • The people’s review of 2020 is a compilation of healthy and unhealthy stories from over 100 internet health actors from around the world. Mozilla supports being a platform to amplify a wide range of views; the views expressed in the People’s Stories section are those of the individuals and not necessarily Mozilla’s.

  • The slideshow consists of research and data visuals that expose the numbers and trends behind the stories.

The teams guiding (and often overlapping) issues for assessing Internet health are: privacy and security, openness, digital inclusion, web literacy, and decentralization.






Internet Health Report. (2021). Home. Mozilla Foundation. Retrieved from https://2020.internethealthreport.org/