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The New Gutenberg: Why the Internet Matters to Democracy in Countries with Less Stable Public Institutions
While public conversations related to the Internet tend to focus on the harms caused by social media to democracy, the analysis would be unbalanced if we didn’t remember the advances that this open and participatory tool has made possible, particularly in countries in democratic transition. Revisiting some examples, ranging from the rewriting of the Kenyan Constitution in 2010, to recent news around Russian legislative elections, through the debates on crypto currencies and monetary sovereignty in Ecuador, Julie Owono, director of Internet Without Borders, will present from various angles some of the democratic issues of cyber development.

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Sep 22, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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