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Web Foundation research shows women in developing countries are 50% less likely to use the Internet than men. How much progress are countries around the world making on closing this divide, andRead more

Today, the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC) has released guidelines for national regulators on net neutrality in the EU. We’re broadly pleased with theRead more

On Thursday, members of the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications (BEREC), met in Brussels to debate and finalise guidelines on net neutrality for national regulators acrossRead more

Today, many people around the world are celebrating what’s being billed as ‘Internaut Day’. But many people have been asking us: Is Internaut Day actually the right day to celebrate theRead more

“It’s time to recognise the Internet as a basic human right. That means guaranteeing affordable access for all, ensuring Internet packets are delivered without commercial or politicalRead more

The digital gender divide remains an unacceptable barrier to achieving the vision of a thriving Africa that benefits all her people. Join us in Accra on September 13-14 for the inaugural AfricaRead more

The Web Foundation is delighted to join the Governance Data Alliance , a group of organisations working together to improve the quality, availability, breadth and use of governance data. WeRead more

The Web Foundation is delighted to welcome Craig Fagan to our team. He joins us in the newly-created role of Policy Director and will be leading the Foundation’s policy work across our digitalRead more

We’re excited to share the feedback from the latest evaluation of our ‘Exploring the Emerging Impacts of Open Data in Developing Countries (ODDC) research project. It’s clear that over time,Read more