I don’t know who I’m going to vote for in November. I’ve made a practice of voting for my dad, and I may do it again this time around. Not because my dad wants to be president, but because electronic voting machines allow me to write in any name I choose. I decided some time ago that I’m going to keep on voting for my dad until someone I think could run the country better shows up on the ballot.
Last week at the EVT/WOTE workshop, Ari Feldman and I unveiled a new research project that we feel represents the future of DRE voting machines. DRE (direct-recording electronic) voting machines are ones where voters cast their ball... Read Post
It’s election day, so tradition dictates that I publish some photos of myself with unattended voting machines. To recap: It’s well known that paperless electronic voting machines are vulnerable to tampering, if an attacker can get..... Read Post