Luminati Networks Announces Inaugural Impact Report 2020
Luminati Networks, a leading data collection platform dedicated to providing businesses with a transparent view of the internet, today announced the release of its Impact Report 2020, an inaugural summary of the company’s partnerships that have had an impact on social and environmental issues, throughout the past year.
Focusing on four main areas of social responsibility, crisis response, education/research, and government, the Impact Report 2020 outlines Luminati’s activity in each area in conjunction with non-governmental organizations (NGOs), health authorities, and academic institutions. It also describes the contributions and activities that lead to significant beneficial impacts for society, public health, and the academic community during the most critical moments of 2020.
“We have offered our data collection services and expertise to a growing number of organizations, public bodies, and institutions pro bono enabling them to enact change. These entities are committed to saving lives, improving community wellbeing, tackling the most pressing environmental challenges, championing social justice campaigns, and leading government initiatives. We are privileged to help them with their missions,” said Or Lenchner, CEO of Luminati Networks.
Luminati’s Impact Report 2020 highlights the organization’s work during the pandemic, including partnering with agencies and companies and equipping them with the most relevant, mass-scale online data and state-of-the-art technology. It specifically discusses the multiple partnerships with different organizations dedicated to addressing significant social injustice matters such as child abuse and the ever-growing global unemployment rate.
The report also highlights Luminati’s partnerships with multiple institutions of higher learning located worldwide which reinforces the company’s commitment to educating future generations about responsible data collection. To date, Luminati has partnered with over 20 leading academic institutions by providing complementary technology used for critical research.