Secure Electronic Voting

@inproceedings{Gritzalis2002SecureEV,
  title={Secure Electronic Voting},
  author={Dimitris Gritzalis},
  booktitle={Advances in Information Security},
  year={2002}
}
The voting technologies in common use today each have distinct strengths and weaknesses. These technologies cannot be evaluated in isolation, but must be evaluated as parts of a larger social and legal system, as demonstrated by a discussion of the problems with the voting technologies in wide use today, the Australian ballot, including punched card and optical mark-sense ballots, and direct recording voting machines, including mechanical lever machines. Alternate models for canvassing and… CONTINUE READING
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