Citizen Lawmaking and Technology: What’s New and What’s Ahead? is the title of my new post at Slaw, the Canadian legal blog. The post describe recent developments in law-related eParticipation, such as ePetition, eConsultation, eRulemaking, electronic voting, and voters’ guides that describe ballot propositions, in the UK, EU, and US.
If you know of other recent developments in these areas, please feel free to share them in the comments.
Tags: ACUS, Administrative Conference of the United States, Beth Noveck, Center for Communication and Civic Engagement, Citizens' participation in egovernment, Citizens' participation in lawmaking, DeER, Deliberative E-Rulemaking Project, Direct.gov.uk, econsultation, Electronic voting, eparticipation, ePetition, erulemaking, European Citizens' Initiative, evoting, ExpertNet, FedThread, GovPulse, IMPACT, Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Joe Hall, John Gastil, Joseph Hall, Legislation.gov.uk, Living Voters Guides, Oregon Citizens' Initiative Review, Peter Muhlberger, Regulation Room, regulations.gov, Slaw, Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act, University of Washington Department of Communication, Voters' guides