MakerNet and InfoSec news: Balancing Privacy with Sustainability

Makers and hackers value their privacy, and in many ways understand the implications of losing it far better than the rest of us. As the world is increasingly connected on “free” platforms that monetize the personal data of their users, community maker groups known as “makerspaces” around the world have remained stubbornly atomized, like personal computers from the late 1980s. If it were possible to unify the makers of the world on a single platform that put privacy and data autonomy first, what would that look like, and what could be accomplished?

Here’s an article about MakerNet and our vision, first published in The Parallax. You can read the full article here.

We’d love to hear your thoughts.