Corpus ID: 17857855

Towards Remote E-Voting: Estonian case

@inproceedings{Maaten2004TowardsRE,
  title={Towards Remote E-Voting: Estonian case},
  author={E. Maaten},
  booktitle={Electronic Voting in Europe},
  year={2004}
}
  • E. Maaten
  • Published in Electronic Voting in Europe 2004
  • Computer Science, Engineering
This paper gives an overview about the Estonian e-voting system. Paper discusses how the concept of e-voting system is designed to resist some of the main challenges of remote e-voting: secure voters authentication, assurance of privacy of voters, giving the possibility of re-vote, and how an e-voting system can be made comprehensible to build the public trust. 

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