Open-source project aims to erase e-voting fog

Wednesday, 18 April 2007, 12:21 AM EST

Joseph Kiniry, a computer science lecturer at University College Dublin, seems an unlikely candidate to work on open-source voting software.

He believes e-voting is risky and current e-voting software is substandard. Nonetheless, e-voting is here to stay, and governments around the world have sunk big money into systems that have been roundly assailed by computer security experts as insecure.

At InfoWorld.

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