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Information and Communications Technology (ICT) has developed rapidly in the last decade. The expansion of cellular networks and the falling costs of smartphones and feature phones have enabled us to communicate more rapidly, more reliably, and in more complex ways than ever before. This revolution in communication creates opportunities for policy makers to create novel and powerful governance reforms that were simply impossible in the past.