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Interview with Aviel Rubin, e-voting activist and professor of computer science

Johns Hopkins University professor of computer science Aviel "Avi" Rubin talks with Computerworld about the recent U.S. presidential primary election cycle and his thoughts on e-voting going into the November elections.

California calls e-voting machines to order

California's secretary of state has mandated tough new security standards for the state's e-voting systems and curtailed their use, following an independent review of the technology. The order comes just days after several teams of researchers from the University of California evaluated the security, accessibility and usability of voting machines.

No evoting backup required in Virginia

Virginia, home to a close race likely to determine which party controls the U.S. Senate, has no mechanism for independent audits of electronic-voting machines used in the majority of its counties.

E-voting’s big test comes Tuesday

An estimated 30 per cent of the U.S. voting population in 27 states and the District of Columbia will use electronic voting machines in the election.

Maryland voters file petition against e-voting system

Eight Maryland voters have asked an appeals court to force the State Board of Elections (SBE) to address alleged security risks in an electronic voting machine system and provide a voter-verified paper trail during elections.

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