updated: 1 week ago
nsw 2012 local government elections leak (Size: 349.21 MB)
This release wade possible by either NSW Electoral comission or Egloo Pty Ltd who allowed this data to be shared without a password.
Also of merit is the the authorities who refused to investigate this Government department and it's contractor. There was no other way to get an proper criminal inquiry into this breech of trust they committed to our elected officials.
Who was this act really done for? Seeing as the authorities refused to investigate this, and denied it every happened accusing me of making a hoax - this is the proof my video warning on the integrity of our voting was no hoax.
All the personal contact information of our local councellors were shared, possibly for the lobbyists.
The purpose of this is to stop the authorities denying that there is impropriety going on at the NSW Electorial comission and to prove the data was shared in the first instance, so of course they will be forced to do an investigation to get to the bottom of it, and if all goes well prevent us from having the risk of fraud through internet / machine voting systems like the USA knows only so well.
"NSWEC / State Government
Working with the New South Wales Electoral Commission (NSWEC), eGloo developed, tested and implemented the Virtual Tally Room (VTR). The VTR was used by the voting public to monitor up-to-date election results during the 2007 and 2011 State Elections and 2008 Local Government Elections (LGEs). eGloo has also been contracted by NSWEC for the upcoming 2012 LGEs.
eGloo's responsibility for past elections was to manage the XML middleware that was exported from two separate database systems. Several web applications were then developed based on that XML, one of which was the VTR. The responsibilities are similar for the upcoming 2012 LGEs.
During the lead up for the 2012 LGEs eGloo used XML candidate data to develop a comprehensive "Ballot Paper Publishing System" based around Adobe InDesign and PDF output.
Archived results for past elections can be viewed at the NSWEC website.
For the 2011 State Election, eGloo developed a iOS application for the NSWEC.
Prior to election night the application enabled users to access the 2007 state election results and information relating to their electoral district.
On election day, users could then use the application to locate, and navigate to, their nearest polling place.
After the close of polls at 6:00pm the application provided live updates as results became available. The election night results continued to be updated until the start of the check counts on Sunday morning.
The app was the #1 download in "Australia Reference" category on election day with over 10,000 downloads.
The app has since been decommissioned.
Reference: Ian Brightwell, CIO email@example.com
The officer responsible for giving the contract to this company is
already in the papers for covering up election fraud.
What is not included?
All private information relating to any independent or private individual in the elections, though this information may have been stolen by lobbyists in league with the NSW Electoral commission before I discovered the backdoor, and I can not be held responsible for that.
These people are the hope for Austrlaia's future, outside the big 3 parties are our independents. Get to know them all and seek them out next time around.
People need to become educated on how the preferential voting system works and learn to vote below the line only. Below the line voting data is withheld by the corrupt NSW Electoral commission, unlike the rest of the states in Australia.
Why was this done?
Download and find out.