- In 2016, the IFF had over 700 attendees coming from 74 countries, and hosted over 200 sessions. More than 40% of the attendees where women.
- To tackle the issues that make participation in the internet freedom community difficult for underrepresented groups, the Internet Freedom Festival created the IFF Diversity & Inclusion Fund. The fund allows these groups to not only take part in important conversations at the IFF, but also design programs and agendas to collectively address inequality and regional issues.
- There are many different ways to get involved in the IFF: attending, hosting a session, becoming an IFF Fellow, volunteering, contributing to the IFF Diversity & Inclusion Fund and becoming a partner or friend.