Voting data from Mesa County in Colorado was recently leaked. Following the incident, a Clerk from the constituency has gone missing.
Voting Technology articles on Democracy Chronicles
This voting technology section highlights the important role technology has played in democratic history and seeks to explore how technology will shape the future of elections. This new era of elections is an area of heavy debate in political circles. Be sure to also check out our Election Technology section and our articles on Technology Dissidents, the Internet and Voting or Voting Machines.
Foreign foes continue to target America’s elections. As part of the solution, state election officials have started hiring “cyber navigators”.
Switzerland political system is supported by technology. However little is known about the impact of digitization on its democracy.
As South Africa prepares for local elections amid a deadly outbreak of Covid-19, it is vital to look into tech solutions that can ease the vote.
In the last decade, Dave’s Redistricting App (DRA) has grown in popularity among groups looking to create their own redistricting maps.
Three federal cybersecurity authorities argue that threats to election security that surfaced last year are likely to resurface this year.
Former US CISA director Chris Krebs said that election systems should be classified as critical infrastructure by Australian lawmakers.
Given the importance of what political science studies, from democratization to genocide, a false concept escaping might be dangerous.
From being called a tech laggard, the Library of Congress is now bringing history to US residents in more and more imaginative ways.
In his memo on the For the People Act, Joe Manchin proposed as policy: “Ban partisan gerrymandering and use computer models.”