Five years fighting for better tech, for everyone

Between 2015 and 2020, Doteveryone helped to provoke change in how tech is made and used so that it serves a fair, inclusive and sustainable democratic society.

The Ada Lovelace Institute now ensures Doteveryone’s portfolio of research remains in the public realm, while the Open Data Institute has taken on our TechTransformed resources for innovating responsibly.

Read a celebration of Doteveryone’s work here.


People, Power and Technology

Helping people seek redress from digital harms

Regulating for responsible technology

Practical resources to innovate responsibly

Industry attitudes to responsible technology

Realising better work in the gig economy

Latest Blog Posts

doteveryone five years fighting for better tech for everyone

Five years fighting for better tech for everyone

Catherine Miller

Buying better tech in government

Kapila Perera

The Online Resolution Service: a prototype of a shared platform for online complaints

Richard Pope

People, Power and Technology: The 2020 Digital Attitudes Report

Catherine Miller

Join us for the launch of People, Power and Technology: The 2020 Digital Attitudes Report 

Hannah Kitcher

To make tech accountable for online harms we need to harness each part of the system

Joe Massey

We still need responsible tech for care in a global pandemic

Lydia Nicholas

Using location data responsibly in practice

Lil Patuck

Re-designing digital gig work

James Barclay
Illustration Better Care in the Age of Automation report cover

Launching Care Data Futures in Scotland

Lydia Nicholas
People, Power and Technology

Introducing People, Power and Technology: The 2020 Edition 

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott

Ending the app trap: why (and how) we need to reform the gig economy

Jacob Ohrvik-Stott
"If we are going to make the most of it, we need to take the chance to shape the digital world before it shapes us"

Martha Lane Fox

Doteveryone's Founder and Chair