Digital democracy policies must adapt to encourage positive civic engagement online while mitigating potential abuses.
History of the Cambridge Analytica Controversy
New Survey Data on Who Americans Look to For Election Information
Content Moderation Through Design
The Technology Platforms Election Database, 2003 to Present
How Tech and Election Officials Can Protect Elections Online
A Brief History of Tech and Elections: A 26-Year Journey
Digital Democracy Policy
The Current State
Technology impacts our democracy and elections for better and worse. We provide actional best practices to mitigate the bad and amplify the good.
“The first political campaigns to utilize the internet were President Bill Clinton’s and Republican nominee Bob Dole’s in 1996. In the 26 years since, technology has had a huge impact on elections around the world—for better and worse."
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