Let's face the facts. No matter how democratic the country you govern is, laws change slower than society does. With the Internet, an already difficult situation has only been exacerbated. On the other side of the spectrum, maybe your government is a bit slower to change because of entrenched political interests. That's ok. Rome wasn't built in a day either. Nonetheless, you do have segments of the population clamoring for a more open and democratic system and Western governments putting on the pressure for reforms but your government just can't change fast enough.
One of the principle foundations of a truly democratic system is the legal system (everyone is equal in front of the law), but the status quo is just not that willing to give up its interests. What can you do? You are stuck between a rock and hard place. Lucky for you we invented Truveli.
Truveli is an open source dispute resolution platform that applies the principles of British Common Law to resolve differences between the parties. This is great for your government because now you have an alternative to offer the more Western members of our society and can show Western governments that you are doing something to develop a more democratic system. The best part is Truveli's global nature which does not allow justice to be meted out based on one particular country's values and culture. This is a truly unbiased system that does not open your government up to criticism.
Additionally, as Truveli develops, maybe some of the standards which are agreed upon can be integrated into your state run judicial system thus bringing about a change in the status quo more gently, to everyone's benefit and without bloodshed.