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Electronic voting as a teaching tool

    Electronic voting as a teaching tool

England’s University College London (EUC) is bringing e-voting to the classroom. The system to be implemented is very easy to use. Teachers will ask simple choice question that students answer anonymously [...]

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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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Electronic voting makes it easier for shareholders to participate

    Electronic voting makes it easier for shareholders to participate

Minority shareholders could take part in making important company decisions soon, according to market experts. The recent defeat of Tata Motors' resolution to approve a salary increase for its senior executive [...]

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A brief history of electronic voting in Brazil

    A brief history of electronic voting in Brazil

On October 5th, South America's largest democracy will hold general elections. To expedite the voting experience of citizens, speed vote processing, and enhance the overall transparency and security of the election, the Tribunal [...]

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Will the Australian voting system go online?

    Will the Australian voting system go online?

Image courtesy of  Stuart Miles / FreeDigitalPhotos.net According to an article in Australia’s Business Spectator, Australia’s Department of Communications has told a parliamentary group, The Joint Standing Committee on Electoral Matters, that [...]

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Peru readies to implement electronic voting

    Peru readies to implement electronic voting

The electoral commission of Peru, called the Oficina Nacional de Procesos Electorales (ONPE), recently approved the legal framework necessary to begin implementing e-voting for binding national elections. In a document published [...]

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How Scotland plans to make its elections even better

    How Scotland plans to make its elections even better

Scotland has looked carefully at its electoral system to see how it could be improved. Its government published a consultation document in April. Called ‘Scotland’s Electoral Future – Delivering improvements in [...]

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The real reason Norway ended its electronic voting experiment

E-voting experiments end in Norway amid security fears. Or at least, that’s how the BBC reported events last Friday (27 June, 2014). However Norway’s Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation was [...]

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