Next October 3 and 4, the “Palais des Sports” of the city of Issy-les-Moulineaux (Paris, France) will host the World e-Democracy Forum for the eighth time. The aim of the Forum is to allow public and private stakeholders of public services and political life to debate on strategic, political and economic issues of the digital society. Guests and speakers from everywhere in the world will debate on several topics including questions about confidence in e-public services, users 2.0, the digital divide, e-petitions, mobile public services, e-voting or democracy 2.0 from the blogosphere to Second Life. Last year, 1.800 people from 43 different countries had attended to the Forum. For more information, visit www.edemocracy-forum.com.