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> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
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>> For Openness â and Open Source - We Need Transparency
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>> | ...a cursory glance at the website of
>> | CompTIA, which represents the global IT
>> | industry, gives no details of the
>> | association's membership. Asked by EurActiv
>> | to comment on this, Hugo Lueders of
>> | CompTIA's Brussels office said such details
>> | were "trade secrets" that the association's
>> | members did not wish to make known.
>> | The idea that the names of members of a
>> | major trade organisation could be âtrade
>> | secretsâ would be pretty amusing at the
>> | best of times,
> Not even close.
> It is illegal to run an organization without
> naming its members and face ban as a subversive
> organization and face sequestration of all assets
> and receive fines until the membership is released.
> The Free Masons in UK had this problem recently.
> No organization is above government in ANY country.
But lobbyists rarely register at all. At least they don't hide their lobbying.
~~ Best of wishes
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