True Trustworthy Elections: Remote Electronic Voting Using Trusted Computing

@inproceedings{Smart2011TrueTE,
  title={True Trustworthy Elections: Remote Electronic Voting Using Trusted Computing},
  author={Matt Smart and Eike Ritter},
  booktitle={ATC},
  year={2011}
}
We present a new remote, coercion-resistant electronic voting protocol which satisfies a number of properties previously considered contradictory. We introduce trusted computing as a method of ensuring the trustworthiness of remote voters, and provide an extension to our protocol allowing revocable anonymity, on the grounds of it being a legal requirement in the United Kingdom. 

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