mobile voting

Rhode Island governor signs bill allowing internet voting

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Opponents of online ballots urged Gov. Daniel McKee to veto the measure, pointing to concerns that internet voting isn't secure.

Mobile voting effort comes to D.C.

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The push for smartphone-enabled voting funded by venture capitalist Bradley Tusk is eying the nation's capital as its next proving ground.

Mobile voting booster Bradley Tusk to spend another $10 million to build new system

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Tusk is partnering with some of his former critics to develop a new mobile-voting platform he hopes can be used eventually by "millions of voters."

UC Berkeley group to study future of mobile voting

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Former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano will head up a panel of election and cybersecurity experts to create some standards for the oft-criticized practice.

Delaware backs out of mobile voting weeks before primary

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Concerns over the security of the online voting platform OmniBallot caused election officials to reverse course on a pilot project.

'Biggest threat to election security is the coronavirus,' security expert warns

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A House Homeland Security panel reviewed the range of options being considered to secure a pandemic-year election.

Mobile voting backer says Voatz 'needs to address' bugs

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After audits revealed vulnerabilities in the mobile-voting app, a backer of several of its pilots admitted Voatz "needs to address some of the concerns."

Audit finds severe vulnerabilities in Voatz mobile voting app

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The audit, which was authorized by Voatz itself, upheld findings of a February report by MIT that the company has tried to dispute.

Utah bill explores taking mobile voting statewide

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Legislation that would order election officials to study the feasibility of mobile voting statewide has already passed the state House, and is making its way through the Utah Senate.

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