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Webby Awards 2022 Industry Report: It’s Up to Us

An overview of the digital industry’s take on the state of responsible technology at this pivotal moment in history. Download it now.

Just launched, It’s Up to Us: A Responsible Tech Future is The Webby Awards’ new industry report is an overview of the digital industry’s take on responsible technology at this pivotal moment in history.

Produced as part of a special initiative with Omidyar Network, this report touches on key areas that are shaping technology. In conjunction, we have introduced new categories into The Webby Awards — Accessible Technology, Responsible Information, Responsible Innovation and Sustainable Technology—which have been informed by months of research, interviews and a survey with nearly 300 industry professionals.

Download the report for insights on how the industry is approaching technology and business more responsibly, through democratization of tech, new business models, new safety measures, regulatory policies and internal guidelines for their own organizations. It also features interviews with leaders, including Emma Lembke, Founder, LOG OFF movement; Jochai Ben-Avie, CEO Connect Humanity; James Heighington, Global Head of Insights and Impact, Google; Alaina Percival, CEO and Board Chair, Women Who Code; Dr. Fallon Wilson, Vice President of Policy, Multicultural Media, Telecom and Internet Council; and more.


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Omidyar Network is a social change venture that reimagines critical systems, and the ideas that govern them, to build more inclusive and equitable societies. By making strategic investments and promoting ideas, technologies, and policies, they are helping to build a digital world that is safe, fair, compassionate. One of their focus areas is responsible technology, in an effort to create a new global technological ecosystem that balances innovation with responsibility, and technology that reaches and works for everyone.