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Machiavelli confronts 21st century digital technology

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An introduction to a paper resulting from the interdisciplicary collaboration between computer scientists and social scientists, last November in Dagstuhl.

The topic of the seminar was “Network Democracy” and for five days, we discussed tools for representation, direct democracy, power, trasnparency and democratic institutions. This was a refreshing break form the traditional “e-voting = e-democracy” caricature.

There will be a talk outlining the interesting parts of the paper from a security perspective, followed by discussion.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Group meeting presentations series.

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