The following legal informatics papers were presented at ECEG 2011: The 11th European Conference on eGovernment, held 16-17 June 2011, at the University of Ljubljana Faculty of Administration, in Ljubljana, Slovenia. (If you know of other legal informatics papers presented at the conference, please feel free to identify them in the comments; click here for… Read more »
Posts Tagged: Electronic voting
Dr. Joseph Lorenzo Hall of the UC Berkeley School of Information and the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy discusses eVoting technology, with Jerry Brito on this week’s Surprisingly Free podcast. Dr. Hall also has published a new post about eVoting in union elections, at Princeton CITP’s Freedom to Tinker blog.
Professor Dr. Vytautas Čyras of the Vilnius University Faculty of Mathematics and Informatics has posted On a Legal Framework in a Virtual World: Lessons from the VirtualLife Project, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In this post, Professor Čyras describes the regulatory infrastructure of VirtualLife, the… Read more »
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… Read more »
Dr. Joseph Lorenzo Hall of the UC Berkeley School of Information and the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy has posted Electronic Voting and Direct Democracy, on the VoxPopuLII Blog, published by the Legal Information Institute at Cornell University Law School. In his post, Dr. Hall describes the shortcomings of current electronic voting and Internet… Read more »
A call for papers — with submission deadline of 25 November 2010 — has been issued for ECEG 2011: The 11th European Conference on e-Government, to be held 16-17 June 2011 in Ljubljani, Slovenia. Here are the legal-informatics topics, from the topics about which papers are invited: Challenges to e-Government: Interoperability; Language issues; Identity Management… Read more »