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Tuesday, January 18, 2005

more on Swiss e-voting

Ok, this is a bit of a vague trail as the article isn't available and I don't read German.

Anyway, Google turned up

Telecom Paper (subscription) - Houten,Netherlands
The majority (54 percent) of the Swiss adults with voting rights, would
use electronic voting if that option was available, according to gfs.bern's
study ...

At gfs.bern I found a news release from today in German, which Babelfish translates as

The vote électronique - the elektronsiche casting of votes - has under the voter a Mehrheitspotenzial, as an evaluation of a special part of VOX analyses shows in the years 2003 and 2004.

Wandering around the gfs.bern site I found www.polittrends.ch/modernisierung/vote-electronique.php which says in German (again, translated)

e-voting today under be correct one and voter knows the scarcely majorityable Potenzial. The most important requirement e-voting from citizen view is the simplicity of the instrument on. The most important doubts concern the different aspects of the security of the casting of votes. Primarily it might come to a substitution of the brieflichen casting of votes; it can come however in second line also to a change of the composition of the being correct. The use will be coined/shaped by three generation-specific experiences with political participation

There is a report, also in German Das Potenzial der elektronischen Stimmabgabe (PDF/1.3mb) (The Potenzial of the electronic casting of votes).
It is dated January 4, 2005.

Previously:
2004-02-24 Switzerland
2004-02-28 Geneva
2004-09-27 Swiss national e-voting
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