Aktuelle E-Voting News

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(der beitrag ist auch auf papierwahl.at zu lesen.)

Die letzten Tage gab es wieder ein paar Meldungen rund um E-Voting und im Speziellen auch zu Wahlcomputern. Das soll an dieser Stelle natürlich nicht unerwähnt bleiben. Deshalb kurz zusammengefasst die Artikel:

Report: Voting Machine Errors Highlight Urgent Need for U.S. Database

The report, released Wednesday by the Brennan Center for Justice, calls on Congress to provide authority for the federal Election Assistance Commission, or EAC, or some other federal agency to establish and maintain a publicly searchable database and to require voting machine vendors to report problems to the database so election officials can take steps to prevent failures from repeating.

SHELBY: 3,221 PHANTOM VOTES FOUND; SAME LOCATIONS HAD UPLOADS DAY BEFORE ELECTION

Consultants examining the Aug. 5 Shelby County election found 3,221 more votes than voters on documents provided by Shelby County elections officials pursuant to a court order.

[via fefe]

Uddhav: Arrests in EVM theft case raise suspicions

The Mumbai police had recently arrested Mukund Lagoo, a 48-year-old civil engineer and social activist from Pune in the EVM theft case. The first arrest was of Hyderabad based technocrat Hari Prasad, the technical co-coordinator of VeTA (Citizens for verifiability, Transparency and Accountability in Elections). Prasad was arrested on August 21.

[via 46halbe]

Elektronische Stimmabgabe im Test

Wir testen den E-Voting-Versuch für stimmberechtigte Auslandschweizer der Stadt Zürich.

Am 26. September 2010 stimmen die Schweizerinnen und Schweizer über die Revision des Arbeitslosenversicherungsgesetzes ab. Als Auslandschweizer darf ich (in einem Versuch) mitabstimmen, in meinem Fall in der Stadt Zürich.

[Danke für den Hinweis Daniel via Mail]

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