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elections, certification/testing, reform, copyright, litigation, policy, legal
well, this post has been misconstrued by a few people with selective editing to have wider implications than it does. So, I'm withdrawing it. Please don't twist what I say to your advantage. more »

Joe Six-Pack and D&D...

elections, certification/testing, reform, standards, news, privacy, berkeley, research, policy, iSchool
Daniel Macht of Sacramento's [Capitol Weekly] interviewed me for a story published today ([*"When Dungeons & Dragons meets California elections "*]( talking about the work of the CA So… more »

Testimony on Post-Election Audits

elections, reform, standards, friends, research, policy, legal
I gave testimony in front of the CA SoS's [Post-Election Audit Standards working group] this past Monday. Here is a copy of [the agenda] and here is a copy of [my slides]. I apologize especially to the other speakers for having to leave so quickly; th… more »

"Contractual Barriers to Transparency in Electronic Voting"

elections, reform, vendors, copyright, open source, secrecy, chilling effects, berkeley, litigation, research, policy, legal
I've just submitted the camera-ready version of my paper, "Contractual Barriers to Transparency in Electronic Voting" for the [USENIX/ACCURATE Electronic Voting Technology Workshop 2007]( (EVT'07) in Boston on 6 Augus… more »

EVT paper accepted

elections, reform, news, friends, research, policy, legal
My submission to [EVT'07], "Contractual Barriers to Transparency in Electronic Voting", was accepted (with Ray Martinez as a shepherd). I'm not going to post it yet out of respect for the shepherding process. The other paper, Aaron and mine, on di… more »
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