Editorial Advisory Board.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: Digital Democracy, Transparency, and the Role of ICT.
2: Transparency in the Open Government Era: Friends or Foes?.
3: New Technologies and Democratic Participation on the International Level.
4: Interpreting “You” and “Me”: Personal Voices, PII, Biometrics, and Imperfect/Perfect Electronic Memory in a Democracy.
5: The Cyberspace as the Locus for Political Dialogue and Participation: Towards a New Public Sphere?.
6: Influential Greek Political Blogs: What Are They Talking About?.
7: Action Potentials: Extrapolating an Ideology from the Anonymous Hacker Socio-Political Movement (A Qualitative Meta-Analysis).
8: Facebook as a Tool for Enhancing Alternative/Counter-Public Spheres in Cyprus.
9: The Civil Internet Diplomacy and China's Countermeasures.
10: The Politics of ICT and Their Influence on Democracy: Informational Security and Surveillance in Public Spaces.
11: The Monitoring of Employees' Conduct through the Use of a Global Positioning System (GPS).
12: The Role of Information Security and Cryptography in Digital Democracy: (Human) Rights and Freedom.
13: A Paradigm Shift in Swedish Electronic Surveillance Law.
14: The Right to Anonymity in Political Activities: A Comparative Look at the Notion of Political Surveillance.
15: Democracy via Inclusion: Collective Governance and the Social Aspects of Affirmative Action and Non-Discrimination.
16: Right to Governance and Right to Collective Bargaining: In the Background of the Specified Right to Strike as Fundamental Right and Positive Obligation of the Slovak Republic.
17: Affirmative Action in the United States and Positive Action in the European Union in the Context of Comparative Law.
18: The Prohibition of Discrimination on Grounds of Age in EU Law: Some Remarks on the Conceptual Evolution of the Principle in Light of the Judgments of Wolf, Petersen, and Kücükdeveci.
19: Closing Notes: The Identity of the Subject in the Era of Governance, Globalization, and the ICT.
20: Corporate Linguistic Rights through the Prism of Company Linguistic Identity Capital.
21: Modeling the Relationship between a Human and a Malicious Artificial Intelligence, Natural-Language 'Bot in an Immersive Virtual World: A Scenario.
22: Citizen and Citizenship in the Era of Globalization: Theories and Aspects of the Classic and Modern Citoyen.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.