Tag Archives: Barbara Simons

Online Voting opponents – Beware the Againsters Part 2: Skeptical of the Skeptics

Doubt the doubters. Deny the deniers. Several years ago I first published my post “Beware the Againsters”. The post was all about pointing out that many skeptics of online voting, who like to appear as concerned scientists or concerned election … Continue reading

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Voting Technology in the U.S. : The Lost Decade

The irony. At the very end of the 20th century, the United States was poised to revolutionize voting forever. After centuries of voting only at the polling place and often on insecure and inadequate paper ballot systems, the Internet was … Continue reading

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Internet Voting: Cost-Benefit Analysis – They forgot the BENEFIT PART!

Cost-Benefit Analysis. Is there anything more basic? It’s like “supply and demand”. You don’t have to be an MBA to understand that with ANY undertaking (in ANY realm be it in business or politics or, gosh, even voting technology) the … Continue reading

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