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Welcome to our Tech election 2010 series

You may have noticed today the first in our series of Q&A sessions on technology policy, which we conducted with parties across the UK over recent weeks.The Labour policy piece, with answers supplied by Digital Britain minister Stephen Timms, should hopefully make for interesting reading.
Written by David Meyer, Contributor on

You may have noticed today the first in our series of Q&A sessions on technology policy, which we conducted with parties across the UK over recent weeks.

The Labour policy piece, with answers supplied by Digital Britain minister Stephen Timms, should hopefully make for interesting reading.

Policy areas that were discussed included the strength of the UK tech sector, security, privacy and digital rights, the national infrastructure, e-health, open source and government IT.

In the rest of the series — which will fill this page over the course of this week — you will be able to judge the IT-related thoughts of the rest of the UK's political parties. Some of it may surprise you. Hopefully, all of it will inform you and help you make your choice on 6 May.

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