Alex Gamero-Garrido, Ph.D. Candidate in Computer Science at University of California San Diego, now Northeastern Faculty Fellow

An interview with Alex Gamero-Garrido, looking into his research project on internet traffic from different countries and the implications on privacy, security, and reliability.

Or Lechner makes a second appearance at the UK think-tank Institute for Government (IFG) ’˜Data Bites’ event

Covering topics from Internet transparency, Data4Good, ESG data, bots, and industry best practices, The Bright Initiative by Bright Data becomes one of the few organizations to sponsor the event for the second time.

A year of progress on the UK’s National Data Strategy

Guest post by Keren Pakes, General Manager, The Bright Initiative

Is Web Data the Latest Eco-Warrior Fighting Climate Change?

The Bright Initiative has joined forces with Subak, the world’s first global non-profit accelerator to tackle the climate crisis. The Bright Initiative by Bright Data is providing Subak with web data tools to create solutions aiming to combat the climate emergency.

Reflections on the National Data Strategy Forum and data priorities going forward

A guest post by Or Lenchner, Bright Data CEO

Scaling Tech Expertise ’To Do Good’- and the Initiatives That do it Better

Innovation has been held as the key to solving the world’s problems for a few decades now. But finding the right way to utilize both technology and expertise to tackle social issues, climate change and health problems is an on-going challenge. More and more initiatives created by some of the industry’s top companies are working on finding solutions.

The Bright Initiative Inaugurates Internship Program by Welcoming a King’s College London Student

As part of a wider partnership with King’s College London, The Bright Initiative has welcomed an outstanding undergraduate to take part in an immersive 8-week internship.

The Latest on The Bright Initiative’s Support for the UK’s National Data Strategy: August 2021

Bright Data’s CEO Or Lenchner took part in the first meeting of the UK’s NDS Forum, co-chaired by the UK’s Minister of State for Media and Data.

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