Democracy the Web 2.0 way

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With the 2007 Federal election showdown now set in stone, it’s time to pull out your political placards and start canvassing the changes you want.

In this age of World Wide Web 2.0, there’s no better place to do it than on the Internet. But these days it’s not just the punters who are throwing their hats into the ring to be heard, increasingly politicians of all flavours are jumping on the internet bandwagon in a bid to boost popularity ...

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