Participatory Democracy and Information and Communications Technology: A Legal Pluralist Perspective
Michael Anthony C. Dizon
Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT)
December 5, 2010
European Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 1, No. 3, 2010
This article explains why democracy and the important process of democratisation include but go beyond the ambit of the state and state laws, and how democracy and democratisation are both negotiated, contested, engaged with and made up by diverse state and non-state actors within plural legal orders and across multiple sites and transnational networks. This article aims to re-imagine the conception of democracy vis-à-vis information and communications technology from the perspectives of demo-diversity and legal pluralism. Furthermore, the author discusses why the transnational anti-DRM campaign is a successful example of democratisation in the digital networked environment.
Keywords: Democracy, Democratisation, Technology, Legal Pluralism, Digital Rights ManagementAccepted Paper Series
Date posted: December 6, 2010 ; Last revised: October 10, 2011
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