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[Summary]Internet Voting | Verified Voting Proposals to conduct voting pilots using real elections continue to reappear both in the U.S. and elsewhere, seemingly independent of warnings from computer security experts. While the appeal of Internet voting is ob

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Internet Voting | Verified Voting

Proposals to conduct voting pilots using real elections continue to reappear both in the U.S. and elsewhere, seemingly independent of warnings from computer security experts. While the appeal of Internet voting is obvious, the risks, unfortunately, are not, at least to many decision makers. Yet voted ballots sent via Internet simply cannot be made secure and make easy and inviting targets for attackers ranging from lone hackers to foreign governments seeking to undermine US elections.

Electronic voting

Absentee ballot

Ballot stuffing

Coattail effect

Compulsory voting

Donkey vote

Early voting

Election boycott

Election ink

Electoral fraud

Electronic voting

Instant-runoff voting

Issue voting

Likely voter

None of the above

Open ballot system

Paradox of voting

Passive electioneering

Polling place

Popular vote

Postal voting

Tuesday is Election Day in the United States, and although the mostly state and local races won't stir the same passions as next year's presidential contest, millions of people will cast ballots.

Electronic voting by country

Certification of voting machines

End-to-end auditable voting systems

Help America Vote Act

Independent verification systems

Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment

Software independence

Central count or CCOS

Precinct count or PCOS

Residual vote or drop-off

Acceptance testing

Qualification testing

Software verification

Internet voting isn't ready yet, but it can be made more secure | Computerworld

A push to allow Internet voting in elections is growing stronger along with advances in the underlying technology, but systems are not yet secure enough to use with relative certainty that the vote counts will be accurate, according to a new report.

Still, while "no existing system guarantees voter privacy or the correct election outcomes," election officials could take several steps to significantly improve the security and transparency of Internet voting systems, said the report, commissioned by the U.S. Vote Foundation, an organization that helps U.S. residents vote.

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