Some thoughts on e-voting

This post is inspired by my taking part in the Open Rights Group (Scotland)‘s e-voting round-table in February, and the Scottish Government’s Online Identity Assurance ‘show and tell’ in March, and by a seminar by Professor Brian Detlor last week. (My notes from the ORG’s round-table should be available on the Open Government Network website. I’ve also posted them on this blog.) In this post, I assume that e-voting would be run on central servers, but votes would be cast via software running on personal phones, tablets and computers. Continue reading

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2018_02_20 ORG e-voting round-table notes

Open Rights Group: https://www.openrightsgroup.org

1.        Reason for this round-table

SG consultation on electoral reform, including options around e-voting: https://consult.gov.scot/elections/electoral-reform Continue reading