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Big data’s power is terrifying. That could be good news for democracy
BY George Monbiot
Has a digital coup begun? Is big data being used, in the US and the UK, to create personalised political advertising, to bypass our rational minds and alter the way we vote? 967 more words
The Democratic Society
“The internet has given us the opportunity for a genuine paradigm shift towards the ‘open parliament’ “
“The successful digital parliament must reflect the world around it. 21 more words
As we move towards building “a democracy that works for everyone”, we cannot afford to overlook the fact that our method of voting is an analogue one. 2,085 more words
A new search engine called Digital Democracy can comb through videos, transcripts, and records of what goes on in America’s statehouses.
Julie Griffiths, the executive director of the the nonprofit Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse, wanted to keep tabs on California’s American Disabilities Act compliance laws. 83 more words
By Ben Pearson.
On the 26th January 2017, the Institute for Digital Democracy (IDD) launched it’s most recent report, Democracy 2.0, in the Thatcher Room, Portcullis House. 792 more words
Fake news, cyber-trolls, echo chamber. We’re in a new era. An era where digital technology has a tangible impact on our lives and in our politics. 766 more words