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Brilliant 10: Alex Halderman Strengthens Democracy Using Software
By hacking into (fake) elections
Why Do Computer Scientists Want Election Day To Drag On For A Full Week?
Electronic elections carried out over longer periods would increase turnout and decrease costs, they say. Fun thought experiment or the future of voting?
What You Need to Know About Voting Machines
Since 2000, the government has tried to help democracy go digital. But is it working?
Computer scientist David Chaum suggests that cryptography could solve e-voting security woes in the future, and many experts agree. Here's how Chaum's system works.
Sorry, Your Vote Has Been: Lost, Hacked, Miscast, Recorded Twice
New electronic voting machines are supposed to prevent another Election Day disaster, but these paperless PCs could make hanging chads seem like a minor nuisance.