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The Government is moving ahead with plans to establish a centralised national register of voters, together with central checking and verification of the data held on electoral registers. The system, to be implemented in the form of CORE Co-ordinated Online Record of Elector schemes, is intended to be brought in via the Electoral Administration Bill currently before Parliament, and is subject to a consultation process ending on 7th March.
According to the consultation document available herethe CORE system is intended to improve the quality of electoral registers, provide more efficient access to registration data, support corekeeper 16 binary of the voting process" and provide opportunities for reports and research to be produced based on a national dataset. Essentially, standardised electronic systems will be introduced in the UK's voting systems in preparation for the implementation of electronic voting in its various corekeeper 16 binary, and the Government has opted for a sort of compromise between maintaining the current decentralised election systems and imposing a national, centrally-controlled one.
But only sort of. CORE systems will work via a "CORE keeper", probably an experienced Electoral Registration Officer in the system's initial, regional rollout, but likely to be the Electoral Commissioner once the system is live nationwide.
So the Government is giving itself powers to set up CORE schemesbut ultimately only a single national scheme is envisaged.
Local EROs will provide the CORE keeper with the electoral registration data possibly as frequently as dailywhile the CORE keeper will use corekeeper 16 binary national dataset corekeeper 16 binary spot anomalies and potential frauds, and corekeeper 16 binary then forward details to all the EROs affected.
Clearly an element of clunkiness intrudes here, because in principle most of the problems identified by the CORE keeper would - given sufficient resources and motivation - have been tackled directly by local EROs under the previous system. One should therefore expect that the advantages attached to the introduction of a national system should be sufficient to outweigh the disadvantages of inserting an extra tier into the process.
So, what corekeeper 16 binary the problems that the new system is intended to solve? Historically, although the UK has had numbers of relatively mildly rotten boroughs, the incidence of fraud has been fairly low, and the checks and balances of the old-style system of paper ballots were sufficient to keep it low. The Government's massive extension of the postal ballot system in recent years however effectively short-circuited many of these checks and produced opportunities for industrial-scale ballot-rigging.
This has proved difficult for EROs and the police to control, and abuses of the system in recent elections have forced the Government to put the brakes on plans for electronic voting, whether by Internet, cable TV or text message. A centralised system with access to all electoral registers has the advantage of corekeeper 16 binary able to identify people voting corekeeper 16 binary more than one area, but this is a fairly unusual occurrence, to the extent that it's surely barely worth bothering about.
It is not however by any means obvious how the proposed system would deal with the kinds of abuses of the postal ballot system we've recently witnessed. Large numbers of postal corekeeper 16 binary papers in the names of genuine voters can be, and have been, diverted into the hands of crooked campaigners, while the opportunities to blur the boundaries between sharp practice and full-on ballot-rigging have increased massively.
It is fraud to extract large numbers of blanks from the postman and fill them in yourself, but it is not exactly, perhaps fraud to 'help' people fill in their form, collect them all together corekeeper 16 binary take them down to the count in a big pile.
The problems produced by large-scale postal balloting are in many cases similar to those which would be produced by electronic voting, but it's pretty clear that the latter will tend to magnify them, in the sense that you don't need to disguise your handwriting corekeeper 16 binary order to forge an electronic ballot. So we certainly have a verification problem to overcome if we're to introduce electronic voting; better corekeeper 16 binary might also, in principle, do something to stop corekeeper 16 binary rot setting in via postal voting, and might be some help in old style conventional balloting, should we decide not to abolish it entirely I say 'might' because the old system, although wackily using verification systems without a requirement to present ID, pretty much worked anyway.
The plans for a single national CORE keeper would effectively institute an embryonic national voter verification system, and therefore it's no great surprise that verification figures in the "Future possibilities" section of the consultation paper. Corekeeper 16 binary, indeed, that the corekeeper 16 binary taken to databases seems awfully familiar: An immediate obstacle is that no such common personal identifier currently exists within electoral registers, other than the name itself.
This is corekeeper 16 binary very little use unless combined with other - more unique - personal identifiers. The other dataset might also make notification of changes to personal details or addresses a requirement [heard this one before?
The anticipated high level of security checking and intended requirements for citizens to notify changes may make the ID card register dataset a particularly useful comparator. UK electoral registers consist of name and address, while presence on the register corekeeper 16 binary eligibility to corekeeper 16 binary and at least in theory corekeeper 16 binary desire to be registered to do so.
The anticipated National ID Register will include name and address, eligibility to vote i. One could therefore ask if the preservation of this small freedom justifies the continuing existence of lists that, come the NIR, will be otherwise redundant. Strangely enough, the Government appears not to think much of this freedom anyway "There may indeed be an argument for a local ERO to automatically register the individual", it says hereand some Ministers have also argued for the abolition of the related refusenikism of declining to vote, by making it compulsory.
Along with the ID card tie-in we have the usual collection of 'advantages' of linking Government databases: When the citizen updated their personal or address details with another public sector database e. Here, the consultation document points to "a new duty on EROs to maintain their corekeeper 16 binary with the aim of getting onto the register as many eligible voters as possible".
This, you will note, changes the role of ERO from administrator of the electoral system to one of salesperson for voting. So shall we just summarise all that? We haven't been able to make it as easy as 'press red button on remote' yet, but we'll get there. Unfortunately, the hardships associated corekeeper 16 binary old fashioned voting turn out as the wonks running policy would have known if they'd ever done any actual work in a real-life election campaign to have had a series of helpful safeguards against abuse built in.
In addition to now having a pressing need to deal with the problems we've just created, we also need to figure out how to verify cable TV voting, and corekeeper 16 binary messages that go 'press reply to vote New Labour'. The less trouble we make it to vote though, the more pressing the issue of verification becomes, so we conclude that we can't leave this in the hands of local authorities - we decide we have to handle it centrally, and use data matching with multiple other national databases as part of the verification process.
If we were actually thinking this through clearly of corekeeper 16 binary we're notit might occur to us that, if the National Identity Corekeeper 16 binary is intended to be the 'gold standard' of identification, then what we should really be doing and will end up doing anyway is using other databases including the electoral registers to maintain the accuracy of the gold standard, rather than vice versa. That, in any event, is where following the logic of the Government's approach to databases should take us - note, before you write in, that this does not necessarily make it the sensible approach.
In the particular case of the electoral registers, decentralised systems which corekeeper 16 binary a reasonable extent did the simple job required of them are to be replaced by a centralised system which initially will at best have the same level of accuracy because the NIR does not yet exist, and will not be complete for many yearsbut which promises all sorts of benefits as the spin off of data matching, and comes complete corekeeper 16 binary the security disadvantages 'challenges', in Government-speak of a centralised system.
Might it not be better to modernise the existing decentralised systems? But we presume that's what the Government is going to insist, in the face of the evidence, that it's doing anyway. Naturally, the new centralised system will come with the potential security hole that's becoming pretty much standard corekeeper 16 binary for giant citizen databases.
It's also envisaged that "data users" will be corekeeper 16 binary to purchase registration data from CORE, and "we welcome views on what proportion of the income from such sales should go back to EROs who provided the information.
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