Electronic Frontier Foundation

To support the research, development, and launch of “How to Fix the Internet,” an in-depth podcast about the problems of the modern Web geared towards a lay audience

  • Amount $376,684
  • City San Francisco, CA
  • Investigator Rainey Reitman
  • Year 2021
  • Program Public Understanding
  • Sub-program Radio

This grant supports the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s (EFF) new podcast series, How to Fix the Internet, which explores the challenges posed by big tech and what consumers can do to protect themselves and their privacy and security. EFF is an international digital rights group focusing on technical tools, litigation, and public education. Over the course of two seasons of ten one-hour episodes, its new podcast will give listeners an awareness of and appreciation for the technologies that surround us every day, the policies and choices embedded in those technologies, and the role of corporations and laws in steering our digital world—allowing people to make more informed choices as they gain a deeper understanding of new technologies.

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