Monthly Archives: July 2013

Constitutional law

Every group have a tendency to build its own core set of rules which in the first place encompass the fundamental reasons of existance of that group. In nations we see this applied with constitutions. These rules sets are normally … Continue reading

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Metrics and performance

The best way to assert whether a law is producing more benefits than not is to define sensible metrics for the areas or subjects it impacts or affects. It is in fact a problem of hard resolution until addressed with … Continue reading

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System neutrality, levels of logics

The finality of a policy or governance system should limited to providing the framework of facilities which are necessary to produce, maintain, archive information and to perform a series of collective operations on the data itself, with the aim of … Continue reading

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