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New information technologies have had a major impact on the world's politcal systems. How has the Internet affected democracy throughout the world? a. It has made it easier for authoritarian
governments to rule people. c. It has exposed weaknesses in the world's democracies and completely destroyed their credibility. b. It has made the world more democratic with increased access to information and political participation. d. It has provided a new way for communism to spread.
New information technologies have had a major impact on the world's political systems. [ [ Internet affects democracy throughout the world because: It has made the world more democratic with increased access to information and political participation. ] ]
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User: New information technologies have had a major impact on the world's politcal systems. How has the Internet affected democracy throughout the world? a. It has made it easier for authoritarian governments to rule people. c. It has exposed weaknesses in the world's democracies and completely destroyed their credibility. b. It has made the world more democratic with increased access to information and political participation. d. It has provided a new way for communism to spread.

Weegy: New information technologies have had a major impact on the world's political systems. [ [ Internet affects democracy throughout the world because: It has made the world more democratic with increased access to information and political participation. ] ]
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10786|

User: The E-Government Act was created to: a. help consumers c. help political parties to grow b. help state political organizations to coordinate efforts with the other states d. help federal agencies to improve services

Weegy: The E-Government Act was created to: d. help federal agencies to improve services. [ ]
Expert answered|selymi|Points 10786|

User: The E-Government Act was created to: a. help consumers c. help political parties to grow b. help state political organizations to coordinate efforts with the other states d. help federal agencies to improve services

Weegy: The E-Government Act was created to: d. help federal agencies to improve services. [smile] [ ]
Expert answered|Mayang30|Points 804|



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