Technology pioneers rewriting the rules
This podcast series looks at the maverick renegades of the internet who are pushing back against big tech monopolies, surveillance capitalism and climate change. People who reject mainstream technology narratives to try and forge a slightly better, less dystopian future for all of us.
Safa Ghnaim is the Project Lead for the Data Detox Toolkit which has clear suggestions and concrete steps to help people harness all aspects of their online lives.
Karolina Iwańska is a lawyer at Panoptykon Foundation and has been leading their investigation into the online advertising industry’s practices related to data protection and privacy.
Aaron MacSween is a privacy researcher and the lead developer of Cryptpad – a set of encrypted, real-time collaboration tools.
Adrian Cochrane is a web browser developer from New Zealand. His work includes the Odysseus browser for Linux and Rhapsode, an ‘audio browser’.
Sarah Kiden is a researcher and technologist studying the impact of Internet of Things (IoT) technology on local communities. She has also researched internet speeds and connectivity across Africa.
Rob Bartlett has changed his website to reduce his digital waste and has taken several actions to make his design work more sustainable and responsible, championing charities who are changing laws, behaviours and beliefs.
Finn Brownbill is the Head of Marketing for Mojeek, a fully independent, privacy respecting search engine from Brighton, UK.
Sam Macbeth is the Tech Lead for Cliqz based in Munich, Germany where he has developed innovative, user-empowering, and privacy-preserving software in the Cliqz browser, a fork of Firefox.