[E-voting] Fwd: Security analysis of a 13th century Venetian
kieran.tully at gmail.com
Thu Aug 16 16:32:27 IST 2007
Interesting article on the election of Doges in 13th century Venice!
Kieran Tully, Software Developer and Tenor, http://ktully.net
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From: Bruce Schneier <schneier at schneier.com>
Date: Aug 15, 2007 9:34 AM
Subject: CRYPTO-GRAM, August 15, 2007
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Security analysis of a 13th century Venetian election protocol.
Venice was very clever about working to avoid the factionalism that tore
apart a lot of its Italian rivals, while making the various factions
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