He is writing about technology and politics. He contributes to the Guardian and the tech magazine Logic, which he co-founded. This year he published a book, Internet for the People: The Fight for Our Digital Future, in which he analyses the current internet crisis and suggests ways out of it. Whether it’s the loss of privacy or the spread of misinformation, Tarnoff says the blame for the dangerous ills of today’s internet lies with its impoverishment. As a solution, he proposes deprivatisation, which he believes could turn the internet into a place governed by people, not profit.
Writer and journalist