Voting Technologies are becoming hot topic at present time. There is lot of talks, news, blog posts and other kinds of publicity everywhere around. It seems that this area is interesting for business, politics and… certainly for making money. But also it is interesting for scientists. IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine published interesting article in its September/October 2006 issue (Vol. 4, No. 5). Abstract of article says:
The authors’ propose manual voting systems that have significant security advantages over existing systems, yet retain the simplicity and familiarity that has led to widespread acceptance. The authors also discuss ways to improve efficiency without endangering this public trust.
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