[E-voting] Re: Voter Verified Audit Trail - Insight from US

Fergal Daly fergal at esatclear.ie
Mon Aug 21 15:17:59 IST 2006


No but if you use cash registers as an example of reliable printers,
then you are talking about printing to paper that starts off as a
continuous reel. Even when that's chopped into pieces, it maintains
it's curvature which apparently causes problems,

F

On 21/08/06, Margaret McGaley <mmcgaley at cs.nuim.ie> wrote:
> No one wants a continuous reel of ballots, do they? That preserves
> casting-order which endangers secrecy.
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> Margaret
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> > 2) The printers would have to cut the ballot paper in order
> >     to separate the votes. If you want a random sample, then they need to
> >     be physically mixed, and it could be difficult to achieve this with a
> >    continuous reel of printed votes.
> >
> > - Michael.
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