Joseph Hall, a postdoctoral researcher at the UC Berkeley School of Information and a visiting postdoctoral fellow at the Princeton Center for Information Technology Policy, discusses e-voting. Hall explains the often muddled differences between electronic and internet voting, and talks about security concerns of each. He also talks about benefits and costs of different voting systems, limits to having meaningful recounts with digital voting systems, why internet voting can be a bad idea, and the future of voting.
- “E-voting and Direct Democracy,” by Hall
- “Security debate grows over Internet voting,” USA Today
- “Hacker infiltration ends D.C. online voting trial,” Washington Post