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A modular eballot system - V0.6

@article{Pasquinucci2006AME,
  title={A modular eballot system - V0.6},
  author={Andrea Pasquinucci},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2006},
  volume={abs/cs/0611066}
}
We consider a reasonably simple voting system which can be implemented for web-based ballots. Simplicity, modularity and the requirement of compatibility with current web browsers leads to a system which satisfies a set of security requirements for a ballot system which is not complete but sufficient in many cases. Due to weak-eligibility and vote-selling, this system cannot be used for political or similar ballots. 

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