Category: policy

CA TTBR Investigators Send Letter to the EAC

elections, reform, standards, friends, policy, iSchool
**UPDATE [2009-11-05T17:17:41]:** The EAC [replied] and we [responded]. [replied]: http://www.eac.gov/program-areas/voting-systems/voting-system-certification/program-areas/voting-systems/docs/2009_october_ttbr_assure1-2_response_final10-21.09/attach… more »

ACCURATE comments on VVSG v1.1

elections, certification/testing, reform, standards, berkeley, friends, research, policy, usability
*(Cross-posted on the ACCURATE blog: [ACCURATE Comment on VVSG v1.1](http://accurate-voting.org/2009/09/28/accurate-comment-on-vvsg-v1-1/))* A Center for Correct, Usable, Reliable, Auditable and Transparent Elections (ACCURATE) submitted public comme… more »

On the NYC Marriage Bureau waiting times...

system, wtf?, photos, family, friends, policy
I think I've told the world... but, if you don't know, here it is again: Chelle and I are getting married in a few weeks via a civil ceremony at the [NYC Marriage Bureau][1]. Michelle's parents, Pat and Dave, will be there and we're all pretty damn exc… more »

EVT/WOTE 2009, Day 2

elections, hacks, friends, research, policy, education, princeton
Day 2 of [EVT/WOTE 2009][3] was on the highly mathematical side. The cryptographic papers and auditing papers were presented on Day 2. We started off with a superb tutorial by [Ben Adida] entitled "Voting Cryptography for Non-Cryptographers". Ben sta… more »

First Day of EVT/WOTE 2009

elections, hacks, friends, research, policy
We had a wonderful first day at [EVT/WOTE 2009][2], yesterday. More than 80 of the best thinkers in voting technology are here mixing it up in Montreal. We have computer scientists, usability experts, legal experts, advocates and voting system vendors… more »
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