The fifth rule in e-voting trust: securing global acceptance

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While Cybernetica seems quite content only catering for Estonian e-voting demand, in view of future e-voting deployments with an international impact, Governments around the world will have to consider e-voting suppliers with a strategic international orientation, in an effort to secure their e-ballot and its global acceptance.  Continue reading...

The Parameters and Context of Online Voting: Transparency and Trust

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There will always be different levels of trust expressed by social groups towards electoral results, be they traditional paper elections or innovative online elections. In principle, citizens will trust what they know from past experience and what they perceive well enough to comprehend. As such, developing citizen trust in the online voting process depends on […] Continue reading...

The Parameters and Context of Online Voting: Social Implications

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When analyzing the parameters and context of online voting, the third and probably the most important parameter to take into consideration is the social impact: the equation and balance of  the advantages vs potential reservations. On one side of the equation, we find the advantages provided by a more accessible online voting channel.The clearest are […] Continue reading...