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Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Internet policy

Crooked Timber considers a survey of Canadian political parties on internet-related policy such as "IP protection, file-sharing, open source, identity cards and use of Internet materials in education."

Most political parties don’t understand technology issues well enough to figure out where they really stand on them, so ideology isn’t a good predictor of policy in this area. Secondary point; tech issues are too minority to really matter in a general election.

Cross-posted to Ghost of a flea

Posted by Ghost of a flea on June 23, 2004 | Permalink

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