How Democratic Will E-Democracy Be?

Stuart Anderson, Massimo Felici

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Recent developments (e.g., e-Government, e-Democracy, e-Voting, etc.) of the Information Society expose the limits of system security. The ubiquitousness of Information Technology relies on stringent system requirements. Although new technology addresses technical problems and provides new challenges, new technology often gives rise to new hazards. In order to identify mitigation actions, it is necessary to understand diverse multidisciplinary aspects. The complexity and multidisciplinary of Information Technology require us to investigate new mechanisms that address general requirements (e.g., Trust, Security, etc.). A debate on the problems arising in particular Information Society scenarios would benefit from a broad multidisciplinary audience. This panel advocates a multidisciplinary debate on e-Democracy: How democratic will e-Democracy be?
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)499
Number of pages1
JournalProceedings - International Computer Software and Applications Conference
Publication statusPublished - 2005


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