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Internet Voting in the U.S.

Internet Voting in the U.S., illustration

Credit: Alicia Kubista / Andrij Borys Associates

Internet voting is unachievable for the foreseeable future and therefore not inevitable. View a video of Barbara Simons entitled "Internet Voting: An Idea Whose Time Has Not Come."

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Tim Finin

The link that is the remotegrity citation is mangled and does not work. It was probably intended to be

Mike Dell

The experiments in the Netherlands in 2004 and 2006 with Internet voting did not end with a ban. The Internet voting experimental law is still active. These experiments were conducted partly with overseas voters.

Work by the group called "We Don't Trust Voting Computers" was aimed at voting computers introduced in 1991. Their actions lead to a ban on the regular systems in use.

Electronic voting in the Netherlands dates back to 1978. The first electronic system:

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