E-voting: democratic or dangerous?

Tuesday, 7 October 2003, 9:44 AM EST

In the wake of the fiasco in Florida during the last presidential election in 2000, these machines are seen by many in the US as a way of ensuring a fair vote. They are slowly being introduced across the nation.

They have also been used in a number of other countries including the United Kingdom, Spain, India, Australia and Costa Rica.

But some computer experts believe e-voting could actually make fraud much easier.

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