Source: Google Video
Invisible Ballots - A Temptation for Electronic Vote Fraud - Governments are installing computerized voting systems with no paper record to verify accuracy. Elections will be controlled by companies that do not allow voters to inspect their software. If vote counting becomes privatized, there may be no way to get it back. Hightech vote fraud is already a reality. If you value your vote, you must get this information to your friends – and fast!
In the Library:
- Alvarez, R. Michael, and Thad E. Hall. 2004. Point, click, and vote the future of Internet voting. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution Press.
- Celeste, Richard F., Dick Thornburgh, and Herbert Lin. 2006. Asking the right questions about electronic voting. Washington, D.C.: National Academies Press.
- Fund, John H. 2004. Stealing elections: how voter fraud threatens our democracy. San Francisco, CA: Encounter Books.
On the Web:
- E-Voting Rights - From the Electronic Frontier Foundation
- Black Box Voting.org - Electronic voting watchdog group
- Evaluating the security of Electronic Voting Systems - Contains paper, reports & video from the Computer Security Group at University of California at Santa Barbara
- Analysis of an Electronic Voting System - paper from IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy 2004.