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August 26, 2004

Chapter 11. eVoting

Chapter 11. eVoting by Phil Windley, Ph.D.

Posted by Jon Lebkowsky at August 26, 2004 12:43 AM

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For me, this chapter doesn't live up to the standard set by the others. It feels empty. Things that could be included, off the top of my head:
- actual discussion of "why computerize?"
- actual discussion of the theory behind security risks in computerization, the types of vulnerabilities that can be exploited
- in depth dissection of actual security failures
- much more on "how to do it right" than just a call to action
This is an important aspect, it deserves better IMO.

Tim

Posted by: Tim Keller at August 27, 2004 3:31 PM

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http://arkiv.demoex.net/eng/

http://www.e-democracy.org/

http://vivarto.com/

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