Researchers worked with 260 people to develop design interventions to make discussions productive, centered on relationship-building.
Internet and Democracy articles on Democracy Chronicles
Internet and Democracy is our section encompasses all the different ways the internet has changed or will change the election process. Many different reforms of voting have become necessary to discuss including electronic means of casting a vote, counting votes or courting votes. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents or Voting Machines.
Election security remains top priority in America. In this regard, official election websites have been urged to move to .gov domains.
On Thursday, a bill, the House Bill 1517, to establish an online voter registration system in Arkansas failed to pass the state Senate.
Under a new Republican proposal Alaska could be the first state to use blockchain tech statewide in its voting security scheme.
Rights groups want Senate to amend the massive election reform bill passed by the House to allow online voting for the disabled.
According to new evidence, political advertising is rapidly migrating to connected TV (CTV), also known as digital and streaming television.
Journalists will be unable to contact sources, fact-check, or file stories until after an event has occurred if internet access is blocked.
Democracy Docket has released a new tool tracking corporate statements in support of voting rights over the last few weeks.
From Myanmar to Hong Kong, youth seeking democracy are organizing themselves online around milk tea, a traditional regional beverage.
Colorado recently introduced SB21-188. This new piece of legislation makes it possible for voters with disabilities to return ballots online.