Lulu is the executive secretary of the Open Culture Foundation where she uses her background in human and environmental rights, research, and even the indie music industry to bring together tech communities and civil society in the fight for internet freedom.
What can be done?
We need to truly understand what the “internet” is. The everyday view of the internet comes down to Googling or sharing on Facebook or Instagram without having a clear idea of the structure, of how the internet works, or who decides the rule inside it. If we can’t help the general public to understand what the internet really is, how can we even describe what “internet freedom” or “internet health” is?
The “Facing the Ocean Hackathon” network, created by "civic hackers" from Korea, Japan, Hong Kong, and Taiwan, quickly shared strategies to face COVID-19 related challenges.