Author Archives: Karolina Janicka

Digital Democracy Manifesto workshop


Digital Democracy Manifesto team for an afternoon workshop on 27 November at Newspeak House exploring digital deliberation and how can we can design online participatory processes that work for and empower everyone. In collaboration with Cybersalon and Digital Liberties Register on our Eventbrite ...

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The distributed denial of democracy


by DAN SWISLOW (originally published on Democracy Works) Social media and the Internet have had a drastic effect on the surprise results of yesterday’s election in the United States, driving the spread of information—and misinformation—at times bringing voters together and, ...

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The Digital Democracy Manifesto

We will launch a public consultation with people and parties across the political spectrum to draw up a digital bill of rights. This constitutional settlement will reafirm the continued importance of long-held and hard-won individual and collective freedoms within the ...

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DIgital Bill of Rights Briefing

1) At 2.00pm on Thursday 12th May 2016, a cross-party campaign for the Digital Bill of Rights is being launched in Committee Room 16 at the Houses of Parliament. Over the summer, members of the British public will be asked to crowd-source the ...

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Campaign Launch for the Digital Bill of Rights


Thursday 12th May 2016 2.00pm-4.00pm Venue: Committee Room 16, Houses of Parliament, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA. (Please arrive 30 minutes early to allow for security checks) Digital Liberties is a coalition of activists, techies, academics and entrepreneurs who have come ...

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