Benjamin Moskowitz is Vice President of CR’s Innovation Lab. Prior to joining CR, Ben served as Director of Development for Innovation at the International Rescue Committee. He also served as Senior Director, Development Strategy at Mozilla Foundation, where he built research programs and open source software with public and private partners. Ben teaches at the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and was previously Visiting Associate Arts Professor at NYU Shanghai.
Blog posts by Ben Moskowitz
New Site – Innovation at CR
A destination for technologists, researchers, entrepreneurs and others who want to build a better marketplace with CR. Welcome to Innovation at CR! The site is intended for technologists, researchers, entrepreneurs, and others who want to get involved in building a better marketplace with CR. If you’ve come looking for the Digital Lab, things will
Lab Notes: November 2022
We analyzed 22,000 consumer broadband bills and found that consumers are saddled with confusing bills, high prices, and lack of competitive choices CR recently unveiled findings of our massive study of 22,000 consumer broadband bills. The findings support what many consumer advocates have long argued: greater competition and choice leads to more affordable broadband options.
Lab Notes: October 2022
Consumer Reports and the Aspen Institute release new cybersecurity report To kick off Cybersecurity Awareness Month, CR and the Aspen Institute teamed up to release the Consumer Cyber Readiness Report. The new report, which includes nationally representative survey results of more than 2,000 US adults, revealed progress in consumer behaviors that enhance cybersecurity and highlights where
Lab Notes: September 2022
Buyer Aware: Consumer Reports releases new book on consumer power Last week, Buyer Aware, CR’s playbook for consumer power was officially released. You can click here to learn more about the book and its digital resource website that shows consumers how to make their time online safer and push for rule changes that require fairness in the digital world.