Personal Democracy Forum

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Personal Democracy Forum
Founded 2004
Headquarters New York, NY, USA
Founder(s) Andrew Rasiej,
Micah Sifry
Key people Andrew Rasiej
Owner Andrew Rasiej
Slogan(s) Technology is changing politics.
Website www.personaldemocracy.com
Alexa rank negative increase 800,587 (April 2014)[1]
Type of site Blogging
Registration Optional
Available in English
Launched 2004
Current status Active

Personal Democracy Forum - (often referred to as PDF) annual conference that follows how the internet is changing politics, governance, and advocacy. PDF is an initiative organized by Personal Democracy Media, which has been founded by Andrew Rasiej and co-founder Micah Sifry.[2]

Website[edit]

Personal Democracy Forum has over twenty contributing editors who track, report, and reflect on the newest trends of technology in politics. The sister website techPresident followed how the 2008 United States presidential election campaigns utilized these new technologies and how these technologies are enabling citizens to affect the race.

Conference[edit]

The Personal Democracy Forum conference is an annual event held in New York City that began in 2004. The mission of the conference is to have political professionals, technologists, and non-profit executives educate each other on how technology is changing and what the future of democracy and advocacy looks like.

Notable speakers in the past include

In 2013 the PDF has been organized for the first time on regional level in Poland: PDF-Poland and CEE. Organized in Warsaw by ePF - polish foundation, publisher of the Sejmometr.pl and MamPytanie.net, receiver of the 2012 ePSI Trailblazer in the parliamentary data category.

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