A type of government which has representatives as we see in the United states, but with one large alteration: No Electorate. This means that one person, one citizen, equals one vote. No longer is the unnamed electorate (appointed by the current representative or executive) going to vote for thousands of people. 1 person = 1 vote is fair impartial and is influenced directly by the people, as a democracy had originally intended.
God, I wish our democracy was a virtual democracy.
by duuude007 January 11, 2007
A system of government where the electorate (i.e. the people) vote directly on legislation rather than merely for a representative who then votes on their behalf. To scale beyond a few dozen people, such a system requires a high level of technical support infrastructure.
Virtual democracy is only possible using self aware computers.
by WarwickA February 08, 2011