[E-voting] Commmision on Electronic Voting receives over 150 public submissions

Neil Walsh marvin at redbrick.dcu.ie
Tue Mar 30 23:45:15 IST 2004


On Tue, Mar 30, 2004 at 11:25:16PM +0100, Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> 
> Although dated the 26th, I think this went online today (I've been
> checking regularly enough):
> 
> http://www.cev.ie/htm/press/press2603.htm
> 
>  "The Commission on Electronic Voting has received more than 150 public
>  submissions on the secrecy and accuracy of the chosen Nedap/Powervote
>  electronic voting system and the testing carried out thereon. The
>  deadline for the receipt of the submissions expired at 12 noon today
>  (Friday, March 26, 2004).
> 
>  The Commission invited submissions from the public through extensive
>  bilingual public notices in the national print media and radio between
>  Thursday March 11 and Sunday March 14. Submissions were received by
>  post, e-mail and on-line at the Commission's website, www.cev.ie.
>  The submissions will be available for inspection in the Offices of the
>  Commission next week.
> 
>  The Commission will consider the submissions it has received in the
>  context of its other work and in accordance with its terms of reference
>  requiring it to consider the secrecy and accuracy of the chosen
>  Nedap/Powervote electronic voting system and the testing carried out
>  thereon."
> 
> Is anyone free to go in and inspect the submissions and report back?
> I'm not sure if I can find the time.

If no-one else volunteers, then I should be able to do it. Obviously though I
won't be able to read through all 150 of them :)

Neil




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