Category: reform

Legal Affairs - Kerry's Even Keel

elections, reform, news
If you are thinking of voting for Bush, please read the article linked above and excerpted below... IN 2000, MANY OF US THOUGHT THAT THE OUTCOME of the election would determine the composition of the Supreme Court. It turned out to be the other way a… more »

The Cover of This Week's Economist (20 Sep 2004)

elections, reform, news
I thought some of you might enjoy the cover illustration from the most recent Economist. more »

NYT: Switching Elections Technologies Late in the Game

elections, reform, news, secrecy
"Switching [voting systems or election technologies] now, approximately 40 days before the election, would probably introduce more security problems than it would avoid," said Aviel D. Rubin, a professor of computer science at Johns Hopkins University w… more »

WPES: "Privacy Issues in an Electronic Voting Machine"

elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, standards, open source, secrecy, privacy
In case anyone out there is interested, here is the preprint version of our OVC-inspired privacy paper for the ACM's WPES 2004 upcoming in October: "Privacy Issues in an Electronic Voting Machine" Here's the abstract: ABSTRACT In this paper, we d… more »

SB 1438 Passes California Legislature, Now onto Ahnold!

elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards
SB 1438, if signed by the terminator, will set into stone regulations that the California Secretary of State, Kevin Shelley, has promulgated in the last year. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS: SECTION 1. Article 4 (com… more »
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