Electronic voting in France increases counting errors

Electronic voting in France increases counting errors

Polling stations using electronic voting systems suffered more voting discrepancies than polling stations using traditional paper votes in four recent...

July 14th, 2008 Peter Sayer

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

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

For more than a decade, Aviel "Avi" Rubin, a professor of computer science at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and...

July 9th, 2008 Todd R. Weiss

E-voting grows without consensus

E-voting grows without consensus

State and local election officials, looking to meet federal voting regulations, are buying electronic voting gear despite a lack of...

October 30th, 2005 Marc L. Songini

RSA : Crypto stars sound off on e-voting, DRM

RSA : Crypto stars sound off on e-voting, DRM

A panel of distinguished cryptographers at the RSA Conference in San Francisco weighed in on a variety of hot button...

February 24th, 2004 Paul Roberts

Virtual voting comes of age

Virtual voting comes of age

The Town of Markham in southern Ontario has spent $25,000 in hopes that it will be able to attract an...

August 12th, 2003 Blair McQuillan

Researchers: Electronic voting machines security risk

Researchers: Electronic voting machines security risk

Computer-science researchers from Johns Hopkins University and Rice University are heaping criticism on electronic voting machines built by Diebold Election...

July 25th, 2003 Ellen Messmer

On-line voting not a major priority

On-line voting not a major priority

Voter apathy? In Canada? Dis-moi pas!It's a statistical fact that Canadians were less enthusiastic about exercising their right to vote...

February 22nd, 2001 Liam Lahey

Briefs

Briefs

The House to get wiredThe Canadian government will be spending between $1 million and $2 million to create an electronic...

February 22nd, 2001 No Author