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An international look at virtual citizenship

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Comprehensive strategies in India and Europe guide the movement of government services online. There is no question that the quantity and quality of e-government programs are rapidly increasing. They promise a means to deliver better service at a lowered cost. But no matter how brilliant the idea, it is worthless unless citizens adopt it as an alternative method of transacting with the government. E-government has moved beyond the hype phase. Valuable services are available and citizens are using them. Citizenship might soon be more a matter of your IP (Internet Protocol) address, rather than your physical address.

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IT Professional  (Volume:5 ,  Issue: 5 )