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Newsletter nr. 49 din 21 Ianuarie 2004

ROMANIA
01.>>>> EU extends e-government

E-DEMOCRACY
02.>>>> UK - Online party 'may break electoral law
03.>>>> E-Democracy or Virtual Civil War

E-VOTING
04.>>>> Why Internet voting is bad for democracy
05.>>>> Electronic electoral registers to pave the way for e-elections in the UK

E-GOVERNMENT
06.>>>> E-government progress requires strategy rethink
07.>>>> eGovernment open source costs threatened by SCO anouncement

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
08.>>>> Countdown: One year to go till Freedom of Information Act comer fully into force

DATA PRIVACY
09.>>>> UK - Passports facing a biometric future

ROMANIA
01.>>>> EU extends e-government
.( Kable's Government Computing: 31/12/2003)
More EU candidate hopefuls are beginning to cooperate with Brussels on
e-government. The EU is holding discussions about increased e-government
cooperation with three countries aiming to become full member states.  The
three - Latvia, Romania and Turkey - are on the verge of signing formal
agreements with the EU's Interchange of Data between Administrations (IDA)
programme.
http://www.kablenet.com/kd.nsf/Frontpage/0FF6AB74276C850B80256E05004D2F43?
OpenDocument


E-DEMOCRACY
02.>>>> UK - Online party 'may break electoral law
.(Guardian: 08/01/2004)
A new internet-only party, claiming to have no policies beyond what its
readers agree on, could be in breach of electoral rules, according to
academics from Nottingham University. Yourparty.org is hoping to launch next
month, in time to fight the European elections in June, but experts have
warned that having candidates contractually bound to vote according to
supporters could contravene the law.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/online/story/0,3605,1118864,00.html

03.>>>> E-Democracy or Virtual Civil War
..(Utne Reader Online: 07/01/2004)
Now that the creators of TV political attack ads have figured out the
Internet, Steven Clift fears, regular folks may get so turned off by the
rancorous tone of e-politics that they give up on e-democracy altogether.
Clift has a few revolutionary suggestions for saving the democratic promise
of the Internet before it gets savaged in a virtual civil war.
http://www.utne.com/webwatch/2004_130/news/11050-1.html

E-VOTING
04.>>>> Why Internet voting is bad for democracy
.(Seattle Times: 15/01/2004)
The vanishing American citizen is a wily character. She'll line up in the
pre-dawn hours to score toys at Wal-Mart. He'll pay triple-digit ticket
prices to attend the game. Both will insist on giving the slot machines
their personal attention. But ask these folks to pick up their big rear ends
and go to a polling place, and they disappear into thin air.
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/opinion/2001836548_harrop15.html

05.>>>> Electronic electoral registers to pave the way for e-elections in
the UK
.(IDA: 16/01/2004]
The UK Government has launched on 15 January 2004 a project to modernise the
country's electoral registration process. Dubbed CORE (Co-ordinated Online
Register of Electors), the project aims at delivering an easier, accurate,
secure and cost effective electoral registration system.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?fuseAction=showDocument&
documentID=2019&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-140-194


E-GOVERNMENT
06.>>>> E-government progress requires strategy rethink
.(IDG Communications, Hong Kong: 20/01/2004)
E-government is another example of how the government has failed to make
clear to the population the real benefits of accessing e-public services.
While the government may have made strides in establishing ubiquitous
infrastructure and increasing general take-up of PC and the Internet in the
territory, the entire economy is still failing to take full advantage of IT.
http://www.idg.com.hk/cw/readstory.asp?aid=20040120001

07.>>>> eGovernment open source costs threatened by SCO anouncement
.(PublicTechnology.net: 16/01/2004)
SCO claims the Linux operating system infringes on its intellectual
property, and that Linux users who don't cough up to purchase its licence
are in violation of SCO's copyright and could be subject to lawsuits. It's a
threat which needs to be taken seriously.
http://www.publictechnology.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=463

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
08.>>>> Countdown: One year to go till Freedom of Information Act comer
fully into force
.(PublicTechnology.net: 04/01/2004)
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 comes fully into force on 1 January 2005
when new access rights means a statutory right to most public sector
information will apply to any person of any nationality for any reason.
http://www.publictechnology.net/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=405

DATA PRIVACY
09.>>>> UK - Passports facing a biometric future
.(BBC: 13/01/2004)
As part of growing concerns about national and global security, immigration
and asylum, as well as plain old identity theft, the official UK travel
document will not just carry a photograph, it will also have a microchip in
it. The chip will hold biometric data - unique physiological or behavioural
characteristics - and will be mandatory in passports renewed from 2007/8.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/3389209.stm

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