As a nation that prides itself on being up to date on the latest technology and software, the United States is failing terribly behind in one major category, working voting machines on election days.
Internet and Voting articles on Democracy Chronicles
Internet and Voting is our section encompassing several different types of voting, embracing both electronic means of casting a vote and electronic means of counting votes. Also see our section on Election Reform in America and our articles on Technology.
Facebook users in Kenya will begin receiving reminders to confirm their voter identification details
Journalists from around the world gathered last week at the Jerusalem Press Club for a conference
Allegations of irregularities and hacking of electronic voting machines were top of the agenda at the meeting
Pakistan should be patient, realistic and cautious with the use of technology in elections
Since January 18 the regime has shut down the internet for British Southern Cameroon in a measure of collective punishment and a show of cowardice.
Foreign hackers may have targeted the British government’s voter registration site before Brexit
A new study finds that inspecting election results is best done with a dash of randomness
Politicians could learn from the technology sector’s innovative working environment
If I can compromise the ability of the system to receive votes then I can also control the outcome