How do we build an internet that works for everyone? An online space that prioritises our health, freedom, and livelihoods and is free from the control of Big Tech? During the PublicSpaces Conference on 27 & 28 June in Amsterdam we explored whether democracy can withstand Big Tech and imagined what a fair market with alternative software and ethical infrastructure may look like.
Together with numerous national and international speakers, such as Ruha Benjamin and Eli Pariser, we explored concrete solutions and tools for a healthy digital ecosystem and worked together to build a better internet. An internet that is owned and shaped by the collective.