Category: reform

Chris Edley on Election Rights and Potholes

system, elections, accessibility, reform, news, privacy, politics, berkeley, problems, litigation, friends, research, policy, legal, podcasts, education
The high-point of last weeks' Pew/JEHT conference, "Voting in America", was seeing the Dean of Berkeley Law, Chris Edley, give a keynote during dinner on Tuesday. With his permission, I am making available audio from his address. Find it here (30 minu… more »

A Preliminary Analysis of OVL Voting Equipment Reports

system, elections, accessibility, reform, vendors, hacks, chilling effects, privacy, problems, research, policy, usability, legal
Warning: This is a very long post. Introduction I've spent the past week looking over the voting equipment problems captured by the Election Protection Coalition's 25 nationwide call centers into the Our Vote Live database. There were around 1… more »

California Issues Emergency Election Audit Regulations

elections, reform, standards, litigation, friends, research, policy, legal
*(cross-posted to [Freedom to Tinker](http://www.freedom-to-tinker.com/node/6246/edit))* The Office of the California Secretary of State has issued a set of proposed emergency regulations for post-election manual tallying of paper election records.… more »

Dissertation Now Available

system, elections, certification/testing, accessibility, reform, vendors, standards, copyright, open source, secrecy, privacy, berkeley, litigation, research, policy, usability, legal, education, iSchool
Yesterday, I filed my dissertation and got [my sucker] (Berkeley gives you a tasty See's Cafe Latte hard candy sucker when you graduate). My dissertation is about a very poignant topic: policy mechanisms for making electronic voting systems more tran… more »

Marco on "unfettered access"...

elections, reform, problems, research, policy
Marco Cova has a great post ([*"Unfettered Access?"*](http://www.cs.ucsb.edu/~marco/blog/2008/08/unfettered-access.html)), emphasizing how difficult it is to keep voting systems out of "unauthorized" hands. more »
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