Blog

February 09, 2018 | Matthew Rice

E-voting's Unsolvable Problem

E-voting is sold to the public as a solution to the problem of democratic participation, especially ‘the youth’ turnout. Recent experience suggest that isn’t the case. In fact, e-voting creates problems, not solutions, and these problems are unsolvable. 

August 09, 2017 | Matthew Rice

There is a light and it shouldn't go out: Freedom of Information in Scotland

Open Rights Group has called on two bodies to review the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002. It is vital that both bodies choose to review to explore freedom of information in Scotland from two distinct perspectives: politics, and law.

June 27, 2017 | Matthew Rice

Devolved voice in Scotland vital for securing human rights in the digital age

Decisions taken in Scotland, either by the Scottish Government, through representatives in Westminster, or in Brussels via Scots MEPs are going to be of more significance than ever before. In a political landscape where the direction of travel for powers is towards more devolution it is vital that Scotland is recognised as a society with different considerations, a shared history but possibly a different future to other parts of the UK.

Google+ Delicious Digg Facebook Google LinkedIn StumbleUpon Twitter Reddit Newsvine E-mail

-->