Security fear over internet voting

Wednesday, 2 May 2007, 1:31 PM EST

The government yesterday admitted that it was aware of security concerns about internet votes being cast in local elections in England tomorrow.

The Department for Constitutional Affairs said it had been made aware of potential loopholes in some pilot schemes allowing people to vote online, but said it believed security procedures were robust enough to withstand attempts by hackers to rig the ballot.

At The Guardian.

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