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Digital Democracy Agenda from CDT

The Center for Democracy and Technology (CDT) has posted CDT’s Congressional Agenda for the 110th Congress. Executive Summary, January 22, 2007.

In addition to sections on Free Expression, Consumer Privacy, Security & Freedom, Internet Neutrality, and Digital Copyright it has a section on Digital Democracy. That section advocates:

  • Congress Should Enact the Open Government Provisions in the Ethics Reform Package
  • Congress Should Adopt Electronic Filing of Campaign Finance Reports
  • Congress Should Enforce Open Government Obligations and Close Gaps in FOIA
  • Congress Should Make Congressional Research Reports Available to the Public

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