Saturday, February 14, 2004
They had a panel on Internet Voting, I wasn't there that day.
This is a chunk of text from their site
9:30-10:45 AM – Internet Voting: Spurring or Corrupting Democracy? – A Debate
Proponents say that Internet voting for government elections will make the process easier and eliminate barriers to voting. Opponents respond that this promising technology is insecure and unsettled, and stress the need for full public debate and testing before deployment. What are tradeoffs among convenience, security, integrity, and other important factors? This debate between strong advocates is followed by observations from experts in computer security and election administration.
- Moderator: Lance J. Hoffman, The George Washington University [paper]
- Joe Mohen, Election.com, Inc.
- Hans von Spakovsky, Voting Integrity Project
- Paul Craft, Florida Dept. of State Division of Elections
- Berry Schoenmakers, Eindhoven University of Technology
- David Jefferson, Compaq Systems Research Center
Here is the Proceedings citation which includes more references.