Shoring Up Democracy — With Technology

Software companies, and even governments, are exploring technologies that might better reflect the will of the people.

Governments and transparency advocates from Taiwan to Argentina are looking to software and networked technology to strengthen and simplify the political process. Their aim: to make it easier for average citizens to participate in politics and to make their collective will both known and verifiable. (Visual by )

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