What does the internet have in common with the natural environment? According to Mozilla Executive Director Mark Surman, quite a bit. It can be exploited, power over its offerings is concentrated, and, ultimately, it’s a public resource that we all have a responsibility to protect and strengthen for future generations.
In this installment of our series looking at tech and philanthropy, Future of Good publisher Vinod Rajasekaran dives into the future of an ethical, democratized digital world with a world-renowned leader in this space.
Vinod Rajasekaran: How would you characterize the information age we’re living in?
Mark Surman: There are two things I would think about in this information age. One is the obvious — a tremendous amount of global connectivity and personal connectivity. We’re closer to each other through the internet than w
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