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China has got the e-government bug, signalling its intention to put lots of government services online by the year 2020. China's State Council yesterday signed off on a plan to extend its Internet Plus initiative into the public sector. Premier Li Keqiang himself backed the plan, with an English—language statement quoting him …

  1. harmjschoonhoven

    Who will think about granny?

    The Dutch municipal governments, provincial governments, water boards and central government will make all services available online in 2017. Problem is of course is that not everybody is equiped to profit from this. In 2015 57% PDF needed help to use the internet.

    1. harmjschoonhoven

      Re: Who will think about granny?

      For our US readers: Water boards are since the 11th/12th century A.D. the elected (!) institutions responsible for regulation of waterlevels and maintenance of dikes.

      1. harmjschoonhoven

        Re: Who will think about granny?

        For our US readers: Water boards are since the 12th/13th century A.D. the elected (!) institutions responsible for regulation of waterlevels and maintenance of dikes.

        1. MrXavia
          Trollface

          Re: Who will think about granny?

          For our US readers: the Dutch live in the Netherlands, which is part of Europe

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