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Voting from the Home or Office? Don't Hold Your Breath

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2 Author(s)
Ruth, S. ; George Mason Univ., Arlington ; Mercer, D.

This article describes the challenges of Internet voting defined here as casting an electronic national or state direct election ballot from a location other than a polling station. The widely used terms "electronic voting" or "e-voting" represent the highly publicized (and controversial) use of special electronic devices at polling stations. Our interest here is the next step in governance - remote voting via the Internet, without having to physically go to a polling place.

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Internet Computing, IEEE  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 4 )