Electronic Voting


Voters Test New Crytographic Voting System in Maryland

The state of Maryland tested a new cryptographic voting system on Election day that allowed users to confirm their votes online, as well as allow anyone to independently audit the system. Scantegrity is an optical-scan, open-source system that uses a combination of paper ballots and unique cryptographic codes inside the ballots. It was designed by David Chaum and researchers from MIT, Univ. of Maryland, George Washington Univ., the Univ. of Ottawa, and the Univ. of Waterloo. Read the full article. [Wired]

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