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Source: SunWorld - Posted by Pete O'Hara   
Government What is the feasibility of running national federal elections over the Internet? SunWorld guest writer Avi Rubin focuses on the limitations of the currently deployed infrastructure, with an emphasis on concerns over the security of voting hosts and the Internet itself. . . . What is the feasibility of running national federal elections over the Internet? SunWorld guest writer Avi Rubin focuses on the limitations of the currently deployed infrastructure, with an emphasis on concerns over the security of voting hosts and the Internet itself. The feasibility of remote electronic voting in public elections is currently being studied by the National Science Foundation at the request of the president of the United States. Remote electronic voting refers to an election process whereby people can cast their votes over the Internet, most likely through a Web browser, from the comfort of their homes, or possibly from any other location where they can get Internet access.

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