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Of course it is flawed, unfair and unrepresentative… but it does demonstrate how easily people can “do” politics from the bottom-up…. and (of course) you can change your vote as often as you like – which is one of the most powerful aspects of internet voting.
Dom for this link: Drafting laws the wiki way in New Zealand
…and to Tom Steinberg (via mySociety Disruptive Tech Talks) for Jason Kitcat’s writing about e-voting
Participatory democracy has a lot to learn from commerce and consumer activism. Take a look at the Get Satisfaction website.
It allows internet users to set up their own customer support and help desks – for when a company fails to service them properly. Could have come straight from the pages of The Cluetrain Manifesto.
Couple of reviews in Business Week and on O’Reilly’s Radar