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Newsletter nr. 86 din 2 Decembrie 2004
ROMANIA

>>>>01.SEI indeparteaza pericolul "Digital Divide"
>>>>02.Sanctiuni mult mai drastice pentru pirateria software si audio-video

E-GOVERNMENT

>>>>03.New Public Sector Information brochure
>>>>04.Coping with e-government fallout
>>>>05.French "legal simplification" law to boost e-government development
>>>>07.Belgian Internet users keen on e-government
>>>>08.London to develop new public services portal

POLICY

>>>>09.European Commission adopts Communication on future Information Society strategy
>>>>10.Free software: a common good in Brest 

ACCESS & INFORMATION

>>>>11.The biggest cases
>>>>12.Controversy over free municipal wi-fi networks in Spain

E-VOTE

>>>>13.Geneva e-voting a Success

ROMANIA

>>>>01.SEI indeparteaza pericolul "Digital Divide"
...(Jurnalul National, 30/11/2004)
In laboratoarele SEI, elevii si profesorii din toata tara au acces
gratuit la peste 530 de lectii electronice. Indiferent unde se afla,
la oras sau la sat, in zone mai bogate sau mai sarace, copiii au in
laboratorul SEI aceleasi drepturi de acces la lectii si experimente,
drepturi materializate real.
http://www.jurnalul.ro/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=121212&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0

>>>>02.Sanctiuni mult mai drastice pentru pirateria software si audio-video
...(Rol.ro, 1/12/2004)
Pedepsele pentru pirateria software, audio-video, precum si
incalcarea altor drepturi de proprietate intelectuala, a drepturilor
de autor si conexe vor fi sanctionate mult mai dur, conform unui
proiect de lege aprobat marti de guvern. Ministrul delegat pentru
control a anuntat ca sanctiunile, atat cele contraventionale, cat si
cele privative de libertate vor fi majorate substantial, in
incercarea de limitare a acestui fenomen.
http://stiri.rol.ro/stiri/2004/12/163861.htm

E-GOVERNMENT

>>>>03.New Public Sector Information brochure
...(ICTD newsmaster, 26/11/2004)
The new PSI brochure has just been published in English. The public
sector is the single biggest producer of information in Europe.
Examples are geographic information, business information, statistics
and traffic information. This information resource has a considerable
social and
economic potential which is largely untapped.
http://europa.eu.int/information_society/policy/psi/docs/pdfs/brochure/psi_brochure_en.pdf

>>>>04.Coping with e-government fallout
...(The Age, 12/11/2004)
In the second of a two-part series, Gary Flood looks at whether there
is an e-government backlash coming. The e-government concept can be
quite difficult for some people in local government, says Graham
Screen, head of information systems at Welsh e-government pioneer
Torfaen Borough Council. There's often a lot of sage nodding. What's
clear is it works when it evolves organically from what you're doing
now and when you bring the important internal stakeholders on board.
We've always done this and had no backlash as a result.
http://theage.com.au/articles/2004/11/29/1101577399154.html?oneclick=true

>>>>05.French "legal simplification" law to boost e-government
development
...(eGovernment News, 24/11/2004) 
On 18 November 2004 the French Parliament approved a new Law
authorising the Government to issue ordinances relating to
administrative and legal simplification. Among other things, the Law
will enable the Government to issue a number of legal texts providing
a framework for the further development of e-government.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3505/194

>>>>07.Belgian Internet users keen on e-government
...(eGovernment News, 22/11/2004)
According to a recent survey conducted by research and consulting
company InSites, more than 80% of Belgian Internet users visited at
least one government website over the last 12 months, and most of
them would welcome more e-services.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3501/194

>>>>08.London to develop new public services portal
...(eGovernment News, 25/11/2004)
London Connects, the agency in charge of advancing e-government in
London, announced the appointment of a development partner for the UK
capital's new e-services portal. The public launch of the portal is
scheduled for April 2005. London Connects selected System Associates
to develop a new portal aiming at making it easier for those
visiting, living and working in London to access information about
public services.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3523/194

POLICY

>>>>09.European Commission adopts Communication on future Information
Society strategy
...(eGovenment News, 23/11/2004)
The Communication outlines the Commission's view of the key policy
challenges that a European Information Society strategy needs to
address up to 2010, i.e. during the last five years of the Lisbon
Strategy. The document identifies challenges in a number of areas,
including social inclusion and citizenship, content and services,
public services, skills and work, ICT as a key industry sector,
interoperability of ICT networks and applications, trust and
dependability, and ICT for business processes.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3503/194

>>>>10.Free software: a common good in Brest 
...(eGovenment News, 29/11/2004)
Since a few years, the City of Brest has been involved in the
diffusion of free software for the city administration. The Open
Source Observatory has interviewed Michel Briand, assistant to the
mayor of Brest. According to Mr. Briand, common open-source-based
office software such as word processing, spreadsheet, and Internet
browser has nowadays a quality level similar to proprietary software.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3527/469

ACCESS & INFORMATION

>>>>11.The biggest cases
...(The Age, 30/11/2004)
This civil case, which went to trial yesterday in the Federal Court
in Sydney, will be of interest to several hundred million internet
users, their ISPs and a phalanx of copyright lawyers.It centres on
Kazaa, a piece of networking software that allows users to share
files over the internet - such as music recordings, videos and e-
books - often in breach of copyright, according to the international
music industry.
http://theage.com.au/articles/2004/11/29/1101577387280.html?oneclick=true

>>>>12.Controversy over free municipal wi-fi networks in Spain
...(eGovernment News, 25/11/2004)
The city of Barcelona recently suspended its free wi-fi service
providing access to public interest websites, after the Spanish
telecommunications market regulator said the service was infringing
competition rules. Other municipal wi-fi networks are also under
threat.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3521/194

E-VOTE

>>>>13.Geneva e-voting a Success
...(ICTD newsmaster, 2/11/2004)
Internet voting has been adopted by the Geneva citizens : in the
eight municipalities where it was offered for the federal ballot of
November the 28th, 22.4% of the voters who exercised their voting
rights used it to cast their ballot. In these municipalities, postal
voting attracted
71.4% of voters and polling station voting drew another 6.2% of
voters. This was the second e-enabled federal ballot in Switzerland
(the first one was organised in Geneva in September) and the 7th e-
enabled ballot in Geneva and in Switzerland.
http://www.ge.ch/evoting/english/communiques_20041128.asp

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