Paperless Independently-Verifiable Voting
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- Chaum D. et al. (2012) Paperless Independently-Verifiable Voting. In: Kiayias A., Lipmaa H. (eds) E-Voting and Identity. Vote-ID 2011. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 7187. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
We present a new model for polling-booth voting: the voter enters the polling booth with a computational assistant which helps her verify that her vote is correctly recorded. The assistant interacts with the voting system while the voter votes on the machine in the polling booth. We present an independently-verifiable, coercion-resistant protocol based on this model. Unlike all other independently-verifiable protocols, this one is completely paperless and does not require the voter to perform any tasks outside the polling booth. We provide property definitions, rigorous claims and a description of a prototype.
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