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  • Internet activist (en)
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  • Tristan Surman Ethan Surman
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  • Mark Surman is the executive director of the Mozilla Foundation. He supports the notions of web literacy (the skills and competencies needed for reading, writing, and participating on the web) and Open Philanthropy (which advocates the transparency of the operations of nonprofit organizations toward the public). Surman is a board member of the Toronto Arts Foundation and an advisor to Peer to Peer University. (en)
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  • Mark Surman is the executive director of the Mozilla Foundation. He supports the notions of web literacy (the skills and competencies needed for reading, writing, and participating on the web) and Open Philanthropy (which advocates the transparency of the operations of nonprofit organizations toward the public). Surman is a board member of the Toronto Arts Foundation and an advisor to Peer to Peer University. (en)
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