Tuesday, November 23, 2004
The Age reports
A Victorian parliamentary committee has called for public comment on the issue of e-democracy following the release early this month of a discussion paper.
Victorian Electronic Democracy: Your say in the future raises what the committee believes are the key issues, including such questions as how new technologies can be used to draw citizens into policy development, whether parliament has the resources to use interactive technologies and the security implications of using technologies such as online voting systems.
The Age - November 16, 2004
Time to have a say on e-democracy
I found the report Victorian Electronic Democracy - Discussion Paper (November 2004).
All of the links in the report are broken (they didn't make them fully-qualified), so that's not such a great start.
You can discuss the report at victorianedemocracy.info