Our “Web3 &” series continued on November 15, 2022 by taking a specific look at digital democracy.
The second event in the series addressed the state of digital democracy in our current and future web paradigms. The discussion highlighted how – instead of trying to repair a broken internet model – decentralized web technologies can represent a new way forward in our internet architecture, promoting and sheltering democracy.
Structural changes brought by Web3 such as the decentralization from the current centralized internet ecosystem could be a way to empower a democratic revival. The numerous challenges Web 2.0 poses to democracy ranging from misinformation, to monopolies, censorship and others, can help us understand how to build a better future internet governance.Watch