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Democracy Cannot Ignore Technology

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    • 1. Democracy cannot ignore technology
      • Mathias Klang
    • 2. It cannot be helped, it is as it should be, that the law is behind the times.
      • Oliver Wendell Holmes
    • 3. Some rights 300 years old
    • 4. Modern copyright? Based on statute of anne from 1710
    • 5. Killer app 1710
    • 6. Latest total rework in Sweden? 1960
    • 7. Killer app 1960
    • 8. We have moved on
    • 9. How we work.
    • 10. How we communicate.
    • 11. How we play.
    • 12. How we learn.
    • 13. How we share.
    • 14. How we discover.
    • 15. How we create.
    • 16. How we celebrate.
    • 17. How we mourn.
    • 18. How we influence.
    • 19. How we collaborate.
    • 20. It gets worse…
    • 21. Lawmakers secretly “dislike” technology
    • 22. Douglas Adams
      • Anything that is in the world when you’re born is normal and ordinary and is just a natural part of the way the world works. Anything that’s invented between when you’re fifteen and thirty-five is new and exciting and revolutionary and you can probably get a career in it. Anything invented after you’re thirty-five is against the natural order of things.
    • 23. if law ignores technology, technology will rule us.
    • 24. Bypassing democracy
    • 25. THANKS!
    • 26. Information
      • All images from www.flickr.com (unless specifically stated)
      • Image & licensing info in the notes section of slides
      • Presentation licensed: Creative Commons BY-NC-SA
      • The presentation can be downloaded from: www.slideshare.net/klang
      • More information about me: www.techrisk.se & www.digital-rights.net
      • Mathias Klang. [email_address] or @klang67