EFF Series on the "Public Interest Internet"

Here’s an interesting start to an Electronic Frontier Foundation series on what they refer to as the “Public Interest Internet”

But on the real internet, one or two clicks away from that handful of conglomerates, there remains a wider, more diverse, and more generous world. Often run by volunteers, frequently without any obvious institutional affiliation, sometimes tiny, often local, but free for everyone online to use and contribute to, this internet preceded Big Tech, and inspired the earliest, most optimistic vision of its future place in society.

What is the overlap here with the maybe more general concept of “The Commons”?

This came my way via a fantastic Twitter thread by author Cory Doctorow