Online Direct Democracy
|Preceded by||Senator Online|
|Headquarters||Curl Curl NSW|
|Ideology||Electronic direct democracy|
Online Direct Democracy (abbr. ODD), formerly Senator Online, is a registered Australian political party that contested the 2007 and 2013 federal elections. In the five states the party contested in 2007, it received on average 0.06% of the vote (or roughly 6 votes for every 10,000 cast) with the greatest success in Victoria where it received 0.18% of the vote (or roughly 18 votes for every 10,000 cast).
Senator Online was granted permission by the Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) to change their name in 2015.
Online Direct Democracy does not have any policies. Instead it has pledged to conduct an online poll for every bill that passes before Parliament. Anyone on the Australian electoral roll would be allowed to register to vote in these polls and will be allowed one vote per bill. The MPs would then be required to vote in accordance with the clear majority (55%-70% and more than 100,000 votes). If there is no clear majority they will abstain from voting. A beta version of the system is operating and available for public use. This system has been designed to highlight the possibilities on online democracy. 
In the 2016 federal election Online Direct Democracy - (Empowering the People!) fielded two senate candidates in each of New South Wales and Queensland, one senate candidate in the Northern Territory, and House of Representatives candidates in six seats in New South Wales, two in Queensland, one in Western Australia and one in the Northern Territory.
- Approval of name changer under s.134 of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918
- "Pollyweb Team". PollyWeb. ODD. Retrieved 6 April 2016.
- Bitter dispute erupts over Senate preferences in Queensland: ABC 5 September 2013
- Alliance of micro parties boosts odds for likes of One Nation or Shooters and Fishers gaining Senate spot through preferences: Daily Telegraph 5 September 2013
- "Candidates for the 2016 federal election". Australian Electoral Commission. 12 June 2016. Retrieved 12 June 2016.
- Online Direct Democracy Website
- Party Constitution
- Australian Electoral Commission page
- AEC: List of Senate Candidates CSV
- The Australian: New party pushes online votes by Patricia Karvelas 10/10/07
- mX: Online party, Power to the people. by Rebecca Beisler 11/10/07
- Slashdot: Australians Running On-Line Poll Based Senators 15/10/07
- The Sydney Morning Herald: Online party hopes to click with voters by Asher Moses 18/10/07
- The Canberra Times: Net party to hand power to masses. by Michael Ruffles 25/10/07
- CRN Australia: Democracy the Web 2.0 way by Mitchell Bingemann 29/10/07