Read the research that drives our positions on policy.
You’re skeptical. Well, so are we. That’s why we regularly conduct primary research to understand the market, emerging trends and developers’ concerns and needs. Whether it’s our annual developer survey or the economic impact of privacy regulation, you’ll find data-driven, objective research.
We don’t make decisions without good data.
All of our research follows strict guidelines to ensure its quality. While some research is funded through corporate partnerships, we aim to maintain objectivity and independence to produce meaningful reports that deliver useful insights and analysis.
We regularly conduct research to better inform our public policy agenda and to provide legislators with credible information they can use when making important decisions that impact the technology industry.
Our Latest Research
Read more: US Software Developers are Engaged on Public Policy (Infographic)
Digital Economy workers are active, engaged, and opinionated Software developers are a vocal and engaged group regarding tech policy. They participate in online campaigns and discussions at work and believe…
Read more: Tech Policy Shapes How European Developers Vote (Infographic)
Developers’ voting decisions, influenced by candidates’ tech industry stances, underscore the importance of this issue to the developer community. Bridging the gap between policymakers and the tech industry is crucial…
Read more: Spring 2019 API Survey
Read more: 2018 EU Consumer Survey
Read more: Spring Survey on Data and Security
Read more: EU ePrivacy Regulation Report
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Don’t worry, no – or at least very little – poking and prodding is required. Instead, sign up for our Developer Policy Network. Occasionally, we may ask you to take a survey regarding an array of topics, ranging from antitrust regulation to emerging tech.