Voting Technology Increasingly, communities are moving to the use of electronic voting systems for their elections, moving away from paper punch cards and mechanical lever systems. Are concerns about security flaws in electronic voting systems any closer to being resolved?
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Voting Technology

Voting Technology

Voting Technology

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Increasingly, communities are moving to the use of electronic voting systems for their elections, moving away from paper punch cards and mechanical lever systems. Are concerns about security flaws in electronic voting systems any closer to being resolved?

Guest:

Avi Rubin, professor, computer science; technical director, Information Security Institute, Johns Hopkins University