[Privsec] e-vote continued
ginger at paque.net
Tue Mar 28 17:03:14 BST 2006
Ralf, (and everybody)
Thanks so much. I do appreciate your patience with my inexperience and ignorance. I will work with Robert on shaping up this theme proposal.
Could this issue be called Privacy and Security of e-Voting, not just privacy, so that it includes transparency and integrity of the voting process as well?
> I know I am sounding like a broken record, but I need to replay it:
> e-voting is an issue that is not being adequately attended.
> The Human Rights Caucus feels that this is too specific an issue to deal
> with, and that it is more appropriately a privacy and security issue.
Which is correct, I'd say. We (as in PrivSec WG) have already supported
this issue before, so we naturally are the patron for this issue.
> Would somebody please take the time to explain to me why I am in such a
> minority on this point? What am I missing?
You are not. Your theme proposal on the privacy of voting has already been
written and has my full support. (I'll re-post it to this list in a minute).
I just noticed it is not yet listed at
http://www.writely.com/Doc.aspx?id=bbfcskzpsx44x. This might be because
the fields in the proposal don't have content yet: "Mandate, Main actors,
Priority for treatment in the first annual meeting". You can not expect
Robert Guerra to re-write it for you (or us).
I was asking for a different theme proposal, following up on the "Global
Privacy Forum" proposal this Working Group had already submitted in
February (I think before you joined the us). If we want to be taken
seriously, we should to do some follow-up on this, especially as it has
gathered significant support in the data protecxtion commissioners'
community. But this piece still needs to be written completely.
Then in the end, we as PrivSec WG can support three proposals, which is
what the IGF secretariat is asking for:
- Digital Identiy
- Privacy of e-Voting
- Global Privacy Forum
Is this ok for everybody?
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