Remote e-Voting and Coercion: a Risk-Assessment Model and Solutions

@inproceedings{Acker2004RemoteEA,
  title={Remote e-Voting and Coercion: a Risk-Assessment Model and Solutions},
  author={Bernard van Acker},
  booktitle={Electronic Voting in Europe},
  year={2004}
}
This paper, useful to anyone who has to address the public and representatives of the world of politics, focuses on the specific topic of resistance to vote-coercion. By using a model, we want to illustrate the implicit – and possibly realistic assumption that vote-buying is not profitable or doable in current conditions. But these assumptions do not necessarily hold good in all environments. For those environments, recent mainly cryptographic publications show that coercion-resistant remote e… CONTINUE READING

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