Monday, May 25, 2009

Voting machines miscellany

Evgeny Morozov describes European resistance to DRE voting.

Dan Wallach explains why open source code is the logical choice for voting technology.

suggests that open source is fine but that paper ballots inspire more confidence.

A Hawaiian judge has blocked use of the machines until proper administrative rules have been set.

Andrew Appel gives us a rundown of the witnesses in a the New Jersey voting machines trial, Gusciora v. Corzine.

Danielle Citron has additional trial coverage.

A Further Look Into Voting Machines

Nizhal Yoddha points to IEEE Computer Magazine's latest article on the problems with the machines.

Clearly the credibility meltdown continues. Maybe someone should write a book about that. East Coast blogging seems to agree.

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