[E-voting] UK govt circular mentions open-source e-voting

A.J.Delaney at brighton.ac.uk A.J.Delaney at brighton.ac.uk
Wed Jul 20 16:22:00 IST 2005


Hey all,
We're not an open-source group, yada yada, however this may be of
interest to some
" E-voting: with the transition to e-voting, political parties
 or the public might wish to inspect any software used in
 the process to counter electoral fraud or vote-rigging.
 Some say that OSS is one possible way of doing this
 because the source-code is freely available to anyone
 wishing to scrutinise it."
from 
http://www.parliament.uk/documents/upload/POSTpn242.pdf

-- 
Aidan Delaney
Lecturer,
School of Computing, Mathematics and Information Sciences,
University of Brighton.
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