The Future is Ours
We harness the power of the Internet to channel outrage into action, defending our most basic rights in the digital age. We fight to ensure that technology is a force for empowerment, free expression, and liberation rather than tyranny, corruption, and structural inequality. We are an intentionally small, fierce team of technologists, creatives, and policy experts working to educate and mobilize at an unprecedented scale, achieving victories previously thought to be impossible.
Fight to Win
We are relentless. We never do anything just to say we did. We are disciplined in our commitment to making the greatest impact possible.
Fight for Justice
We recognize that tech policy issues have a disproportionate impact on communities of color, low income people, religious minorities, political dissidents, LGBTQ people, and others who face systemic oppression. We fight for policy victories that make the biggest difference for the people who are most affected.
Win on Substance
We take complex, seemingly obscure, policy issues and make them resonate on a visceral level to spur millions of people to take action. We avoid activist buzzwords. We tell it like it is, and we back it up. Our approach helps us reach the widest range of people possible and motivate them to take action, often for the first time in their lives.
Be Ruthlessly Non-Partisan
We mobilize people around universal human values of freedom, fairness, and openness. Our members span the political spectrum, and we work to hold institutions and politicians accountable, regardless of their political affiliation.
Make the Impossible Inevitable
Our small, nimble team combines creativity with technology to make viral, unexpected, cultural moments that bring millions of people together to fight for their basic rights.
What can the future look like? How do we get there? Where do we focus our energy now? We talked to activists, technologists, Fight staff, artists, creators, and like-minded politicians about achieving a future where technology is a force for good. What could the next decade (and beyond) hold? Here’s what they had to say.