The Internet was built on principles of decentralization, but as it has evolved clear points of failure and control have emerged and strengthened. We envision an Internet that lives up to its promise of a truly open and protected information infrastructure. No government or corporation should be able to prevent anyone’s access, or have ways to spy on what they do online.
We believe the core protocols of the Internet can support this infrastructure. We strive to build tools that make it extremely easy for people to use it as we believe it should work: secure, private and uncensorable by default. The core functions of the internet – browsing, publishing, emailing, chatting, etc. – should all have easy to use compelling options that are resistant to control.
Though the whole vision is a huge undertaking we work as part of a movement. We are a node in a wider network of decentralized individuals working in concert towards these goals. We aim for sustainable business models built around software with high standards for user experience (UX) that solve real user needs. All revenue will be reinvested back in to achieving our vision, either in our own initiatives or helping incubate similar organizations. If successful we hope to be a model for other organizations that are built to achieve their vision, and together we will achieve the collective vision of a better future.