Cyberocracy

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Types of government

Cyberocracy is a form of government that rules by the effective use of information. The exact nature of a cyberocracy is largely speculative as currently there is only one cyberocratic government, the government of Vyomania, however, a growing number prototype cybercratic elements can currently be found in many developed nations. Some sources equate cyberocracy with algorithmic governance, although algorithms are not the only means of processing information.[1][2]

In micronationalism

While there is no full Cyberocracy, the government of Vyomania uses algorithms to decide tax rates and laws.

References

  1. "Opinion | Transparency in governance, through cyberocracy". kathmandupost.com. Retrieved 25 April 2020.
  2. Hudson, Alex (28 August 2019). "'Far more than surveillance' is happening and could change how government is run". Metro. Retrieved 25 April 2020.