[E-voting] Today's Irish Times
Casey, Dermot (GE Cons Fin)
Dermot.Casey at ge.com
Thu Jul 13 10:34:52 IST 2006
I think he may still be uncomfortable about the whole thing as his research in Limerick is funded by the Government through Science Foundation Ireland.
Either way for
>>International experts are to be drafted in by the Government to offer advice about the changes needed to improve the security of electronic vote counting software.
>>Experts drawn from the "IT industry worldwide" are to be asked to "supervise the possible software design changes" recommended by the commission, a Government spokeswoman said last night.
We're seeking to buy our way out of this mess.
And its going to get ugly.
>>From: e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net
>>[mailto:e-voting-bounces at lists.stdlib.net] On Behalf Of Colm
>>Sent: 13 July 2006 10:17
>>To: A.J.Delaney at brighton.ac.uk
>>Cc: e-voting at lists.stdlib.net; Keith Martin
>>Subject: Re: [E-voting] Today's Irish Times
>>On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 09:59:58AM +0100,
>>A.J.Delaney at brighton.ac.uk wrote:
>>> For my money you can't find a more widely respected
>>> than Prof. David Parnas, who I believe was on the CEV.
>>Prof. David Parnas made a submission to the CEV and also did
>>some work for the commission very early on. He is not a
>>member of the commission on electronic voting, I'm not
>>certain if his work for the commission has been ongoing or
>>not. Last time I met him, I got the impression that it wasn't.
>>Personally, I'm not convinced of the quality of his work in
>>this field, and as a result of talking to him about E-voting
>>(both in person and via
>>e-mail) can only conclude that he (at least at time) was
>>woefully wrong on the issue, and wanted to frame it as purely
>>a software reliability issue.
>>Something the Government also seem to want to do.
>>Colm MacCárthaigh Public Key:
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