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VoteAgain: A scalable coercion-resistant voting system

@inproceedings{Lueks2020VoteAgainAS,
  title={VoteAgain: A scalable coercion-resistant voting system},
  author={W. Lueks and I{\~n}igo Querejeta-Azurmendi and C. Troncoso},
  booktitle={USENIX Security Symposium},
  year={2020}
}
The strongest threat model for voting systems considers coercion resistance: protection against coercers that force voters to modify their votes, or to abstain. Existing remote voting systems either do not provide this property; require an expensive tallying phase; or burden users with the need to store cryptographic key material and with the responsibility to deceive their coercers. We propose VoteAgain, a scalable voting scheme that relies on the revoting paradigm to provide coercion… Expand
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