Video (starts @ 33:00)
Although feedback loops are ubiquitous in the information economy appearing everywhere from organizational dynamics to customer feedback on Amazon.com, feedback loops are strangely absent from law. What few feedback loops can be found in legal systems are crude, sluggish, and under-inclusive. AfricanLII and its partners are experimenting with a mechanism by which users can engage with the legal information provided by national LIIs. AfricanLII is testing a prototype annotator for free legal information on SeyLII, the legal information institute for the Seychelles.
Userspace demo : http://www.screencast.com/t/A92qfAHgcKJI
Admin demo : http://www.screencast.com/t/CtKMobVC
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