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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.
Voting by phone is considered grandiose and is often ridiculed. However, one American venture capitalist is continuing to work on it.
After voter registration documents were leaked online, Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer has asked for an investigation.
The sheer perseverance and linguistic ingenuity of activists and dissidents are impressive, but the Chinese state’s state of online freedom is less so.
Maine has taken a significant step toward easing voting. Residents will soon be able to register to vote online through a secure gateway.
Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis (R), proposed internet transmission to Cuba via high-altitude balloons when it is blocked by government.
Cuban authorities have restricted social media sites, ostensibly to stifle information flow into, out of, and inside the embattled country.
China restricts information about the tank man and Tiananmen Square more generally. In Hong Kong, it outlawed this year’s commemoration.
Researchers worked with 260 people to develop design interventions to make discussions productive, centered on relationship-building.
Election security remains top priority in America. In this regard, official election websites have been urged to move to .gov domains.