1,600 experts, educators, and hackers are set to descend on London to shape the future of the web at the annual Mozilla Festival
Now in its 5th year, the festival is like the web itself: a fun, frenetic bastion of creative collaboration
Another 2 to 4 billion people are going to come online in the next decade. Is their web going to be open or closed? Decentralized or controlled? Will they be passive consumers or empowered creators? MozFest participants tackle these challenges not just by talking about them, but by building new ways to teach and engage everyone in making the web together.
Tracks will include sprints on how to shape the new Internet of Things, spread digital literacy around the globe, and ramp up activism around post-Snowden threats to our online privacy and security.
The event takes place between October 24 and October 26, 2014 at Ravensbourne, East London
LONDON, October 2014 -- The Mozilla Festival, or ‘MozFest’, one of...