Internet Voting in the U.S.

Internet voting is unachievable for the foreseeable future and therefore not inevitable.

The assertion that Internet voting is the wave of the future has become commonplace. We frequently are asked, "If I can bank online, why can't I vote online?" The question assumes that online banking is safe and secure. However, banks routinely and quietly replenish funds lost to online fraud in order to maintain public confidence. Full Story »

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Sirajul Islam
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by Sirajul Islam - Oct. 15, 2012

An empirical all-encompassing article by Barbara Simons and Douglas W. Jones on internet voting published in the computing professional journal Communications of the ACM's October issue. The story used highly credible sources and references, has many comparisons of Pros and Cons of internet voting. A good post; highly informative...

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Ellie Kesselman
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by Ellie Kesselman - Oct. 14, 2012

Somewhat technical, but provides an exhaustive and unbiased investigative report as to the current status of Internet voting risks and benefits in the U.S., and possibilities for the future.

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Randy Morrow
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by Randy Morrow - Oct. 15, 2012

Those wishing to rig elections need not build new botnets. Many botnets used for financial fraud are available for rent. It would not take a large staff to alter existing ... More »

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