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Former Clinton advisor Dick Morris thinks the internet is the future of politics. His web site lets internet users vote on issues ranging from gun control to abortion rights and engage each other in lively debate in community areas.
Does the Net have the potential to create a truly participatory democracy?
Will we see the first national referendum online anytime soon?
Somebody is going to have to come with a foolproof system first, both to guard against election fraud and to address concerns that such a system could discriminate against those without adequate net access.
The first thing the 43rd President of the United States should do after being sworn into office (in our humble opinion)...
propose legislation mandating an official transition of the federal
government to a web-based system of administration, including a specific
time frame at the end of which federal agencies will be expected to
have updated operations or face severe penalties..
Forget about digital convergence.
Let's talk about the convergence of technology and sleaze.
The founder of a service that planned to use an eBay style auction
to broker eggs from beautiful women in the Los Angeles area to couples
unable to conceive a child was surprised to be in the center of a maelstrom
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