Can We Make Online Voting Secure?
For many, the next step in election technology is online voting. But is it safe? The issues surrounding online voting encompass all the aspects of secure cryptography: encryption, integrity, privacy, and nonrepudiation. Is my message secret? Is it my message? Do the pollers know to check my name off the list once I have voted? These aspects have all been compromised before, even in traditional voting systems. How can we be assured that it will work on the internet, where the information is easier to intercept? The expert panel of cryptological experts all weigh in on the matter.
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Recorded June 2011; Posted September 2011