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Presentation given at Personal Democracy Forum http://personaldemocracy.com/ in a panel about "Best of European TechPolitics.

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    • SCANDINAVIAN
      TECHPOLITICS
    • Bente KalsnesCommunicationAdvisor,
      Origo.no
      Email: bente@bengler.noTwitter: @benteka
    • SCANDINAVIA (ACCORDING TO MY SOCIAL NETWORK):
    • Norway in brief
      Multiparty, parliamentarypoliticalsystem
      Monarchy
      4,8 mill, 80% live in urban areas
      11% ofpopulation immigrants
      Notmemberofthe European Union (or the euro)
      11% immigrants
      Oil, fish, water power
    • Sweden in brief
      Multiparty, parliamentarypoliticalsystem
      Monarchy
      9,4 mill, 85% live in urban areas
      MemberoftheEuropean Union (but notthe euro)
      13% immigrants
      Ikea, H&M, Saab, Sony Ericson
    • Denmarkin brief
      Multiparty, parliamentarypoliticalsystem
      Monarchy
      5,5 mill, 85% live in urban areas
      Memberof European Union (but notthe euro)
      9,5% immigrants
      Renewableenergy (windmills), greenhousing
    • SCANDINAVIA IS ALSO THIS:
    • ATTITUDE
      HUMOUR
      HIGH TECH
    • SCANDINAVIA - HUGE POTENTIAL FOR TECHPOLITICS:
      Strong broadbandpenetration and fairlytechsavvypopulation
      Open political systems
      Goodlaws in place
      High levelsof SOCIAL TRUST
      High electionparticipation
    • FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACTS
      Sweden: 1766(Freedomofthe press law, theworld’soldest)
      Norway: 1970 (FreedomofInformationAct)
      Denmark: 1985 (Access to Public Administration Files Act)
      USA: 1966(FreedomofinformationAct)
    • FREEDOM OF SPEECH
      Sweden: 1810
      Norway: 1814
      Denmark: 1849
    • ePOLITICS
    • POLITICAL PARTIES
      ONLINE COMMUNITIES FOR POLITICAL PARTIES:
      The Social Liberal Party (DK)
      The Labour Party (NO)
    • POLITICAL PARTIES CONT.
      BLOGGING FOREIGN MINISTERS:
      Carl Bildt (SV)
      Jonas Gahr Støre (NO)
    • POLITICAL PARTIES CONT.
      (NO)
    • POLITICAL PARTIES CONT.
      (SW)
    • eGOVERNMENT
    • eGOVERNMENT CONT.
      INNOVATION COMPETITIONS
      (NO)
      (DK)
    • eGOVERNMENT CONT.
      (NO)
      REQUEST FOR INPUT
    • eGOVERNMENT CONT.
      (NO)
      ELECTRONIC MAIL REGISTER
    • eCAMPAIGNS
    • eCAMPAIGNS CONT.
      (SW)
    • eCAMPAIGNS CONT.
      (NO)
    • BUILT WITH OPEN DATA
    • BUILT WITH OPEN DATA CONT.
      (SW)
    • BUILT WITH OPEN DATA CONT.
      (DK)
    • BUILT WITH OPEN DATA CONT.
      (NO)
    • SCANDINAVIANTECHPOLITICS – MY EVALUATION:
      GOOD: ePolitics, eCampaigns
      MUST IMPROVE: eGov and Buildtwith open data
    • CHALLENGES:
      Small environmentoftechgeeks
      Trust thegovernmenttoomuch to fixthings?
      Mainly public funding, few independent foundations
    • LET’S CONTINUE THE CONVERSATION HERE:
      Bente KalsnesCommunicationAdvisor,
      Origo.no
      Email: bente@bengler.noTwitter: @benteka