Democratic Audit features a series of posts exploring how the internet is transforming democracy and the way citizens and elected representatives take part in political activity.
New opportunities for engagement and information-sharing among citizens, campaigners, candidates and others are emerging from the internet and related technology, particularly with rise of social media.
In this series we will examine the different ways in which the democracy has shifted to online platforms, asking whether the full potential of the technology is being realised, and if there are new risks and challenges to overcome.
Highlights of this series include:
Read all posts in the Democracy Online series here.
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