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Lithuanian Parliament to discuss i-voting for 2016

    Lithuanian Parliament to discuss i-voting for 2016

This February, Lithuania is not only celebrating the 97th anniversary of its independence from the Russian Federation and, the 25th anniversary of its State formal reestablishment from the Soviet Union [...]

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Is it time to introduce electronic voting for UK elections?

    Is it time to introduce electronic voting for UK elections?

In our blog, we’ve asked ourselves this very same question in previous posts when addressing the UK and the many other nations in which Internet use is so pervasive that casting a ballot [...]

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Advocacy group hopes i-Voting will improve turnout in UK

    Advocacy group hopes i-Voting will improve turnout in UK

In a trend that is being observed in most democracies around the world, the United Kingdom is also struggling with increasing voter apathy.  A study has found out that while [...]

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Internet voting continues to gain traction worldwide

    Internet voting continues to gain traction worldwide

The success of internet voting in Estonia, as well as successful experiences in Switzerland , the US, Canada and several other countries are a good indicator that the electorate is warming up [...]

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A recap of Internet voting in Switzerland

Switzerland has been experimenting with Internet voting for many years. In 2000, the Swiss confederate government invited interested cantons to participate in the development of their own remote electronic voting [...]

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Internet Voting and the threat of vote buying and vote selling

    Internet Voting and the threat of vote buying and vote selling

Vote buying and vote selling are some of the earliest known forms of electoral fraud. The reason why it’s been so pervasive througout time is simple, any time a voter [...]

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