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Developing Democracy on Facebook through Integration of 3D Arbitration

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The virtual social networking world, otherwise known as VSW, is described as an electronic world in which one can live in each and every single day. In this world the people who live in it are known as “netisens” as referred to by R. Johnson. These are the citizens of this new virtual world. It is a requirement that netisens should be empowered against the online “wisards” and other “online overloads” that dominate the online and virtual worlds. It is important that the virtual world be neatly integrated with the social world so as to create proper structures. This is to ensure that appropriate resolution systems are established for the social network users in order to shift power and create a balance of power between the owners and the users of this social world. An example of this for instance may be having a democratically elected parliament for Facebook.

Affiliations: 1: a)Doctoral candidate, University of Gloucestershire in United Kingdom Member of Jordan Bar Association ; 2: b)Assistant Professor of Commercial Law, Al-Balqa Applied University Jordan Member of Jordan Bar Association ; 3: c)Senior Lecturer in Law Course Leader for postgraduate awards in Law University of Gloucestershire


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