Can technology change the way we trust democratic procedures?

Time is running and technology is developing. In the past decade new technologies changed the way we perceive and participate in democratic procedures, especially in elections and referenda. One side of this coin is all the technological advancements that help democratic participation: access to information on the issues and candidates, open marketplace of ideas, and of course the electronic voting mechanisms that become more and more widespread. On the other hand, the same progressions in information technology can undermine basic trust in democratic institutions: the spread of misinformation and fake news makes the people question everything they hear, and at the same time the opinion bubble generated by social media providers shut people off from dissenting opinions on their own beliefs. What will be the future?