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Information on bills, legislative processes, regulatory requirements, acts, and reports related to civic tech's goals of driving meaningful participation, civic engagement, and oversight.

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Brazil (Brasil)

O LupaMundi - Mapa das Legislações sobre Desinformação é um mapa interativo que apresenta as leis nacionais de combate à desinformação.

Fundusz sołecki

Polish law institutionalizing the "Village Fund" form of participatory budgeting, first in rural areas and later required for the 66 largest cities

The Copenhagen Pledge on Tech for Democracy

A commitment to make digital technologies work for, not against, democracy and human rights. It underlines the joint responsibility of governments, multilateral organizations, civil society, and technology companies to develop and use digital technologies to the benefit of democracy and human rights.

21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act

The bill’s sponsor, Representative Ro Khanna, summed it up by saying, “Government exists to serve citizens, and this bill ensures government leverages available technology to provide cohesive, user-friendly online service that people around this country expect and deserve.”

El Avispero

We are a platform of more than 140 thousand activists, organizations and groups that mobilize to transform behaviors and attitudes, generating influence in public policies and thus building a more tolerant, fair, sustainable, inclusive and participatory country.

Onlinezugangsgesetz (OZG)

Law requiring digitization of German government. Die Interaktion zwischen Bürgerinnen, Bürgern und Unternehmen mit der Verwaltung soll in Zukunft deutlich schneller, effizienter und nutzerfreundlicher werden.

EU Code of Practice on Disinformation

The European Union developed a Code of Practice on Disinformation based on the findings of its High Level Working Group on the issue.

A guide to anti-misinformation legal actions around the world

Poynter's global guide on existing attempts to legislate against what can broadly be referred to as online misinformation. This guide seeks to create an inclusive, collaborative approach to addressing misinformation around the world. While not every law contained here relates to misinformation specifically, they’ve all often been wrapped into that broader discussion. Article will be updated on an ongoing basis.

NYC law: Reporting on algorithmic tools used by city agencies.

NYC law: Reporting on algorithmic tools used by city agencies.

New York City Council, Broadway, New York, NY, USA

A Local Law to amend the administrative code of the city of New York, in relation to reporting on algorithmic tools used by city agencies

The Digital Bill

The Government clearly highlighted the modifications made to the text following this consultation, in order to facilitate the follow-up of proposals from different contributors.

The 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act

The 21st Century Integrated Digital Experience Act (IDEA) requires all government-produced digital products, including websites and applications, to be consistent, modern, and mobile-friendly.

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