[ILUG] E-voting in India
bryano at europlex.ie
Thu May 6 09:31:30 IST 2004
Conor Daly wrote:
> On Wed, May 05, 2004 at 04:02:25PM +0100 or so it is rumoured hereabouts,
> Bryan O'Donoghue thought:
>>I think the base case stands, ie, unless dissemination of information would be
>>harmful to the State and by extension it's citizens, information *cannot* be
>>kept private, if a citizen requests to see it.
> Which is why Met Eireann will sell you historical weather data but not
> _give_ it to you. We are an entirely state organisation...
If the Department of the Taoiseach trys to pull the same trick, with the
supposed reports into where the government 'looked' into the TCO of Open Source
software a-la Mary Hannafin's claims on enn.ie, there'll be blood *spilled*.
I just asked whatever Civil Service drones work in Mary Hannafin's department
of State, to backup the claims she made in conference, with you know, paper,
statistics all that fun morose stuff.
You gotta love the freedom of information act.
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