If You Can Decentralize the Internet, Mozilla Has $2 Million For You

Mozilla and the National Science Foundation want a new internet. And they want it to be free and accessible for everybody. From a report: They’ll pay $2 million for it. On Wednesday, the two organizations issued a call to action for “big ideas that decentralize the web” as part of the “Wireless Innovation for a Networked Society” challenges. The challenges include getting the internet to communities off the grid, with proposals like a backpack with a computer and Wi-Fi router inside.


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