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Universal Voting System Preserves Privacy for All

Universal Voting System Preserves Privacy for All

New electronic voting system maintains privacy for voters with disabilities.

Universal Voting System Preserves Privacy for All

Tuesday, November 6, 2012 - 17:15

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  1. Disability - A term for physical or mental conditions that substantially limit a person's major life activities.
  2. Privacy - Freedom from unwelcome observers or listeners.
  3. Secure voting- distinct from privacy, which preserves an individuals' right to confidentiality in voting choices, security in voting refers to a process that is protected from unwanted tampering with individuals' votes.
  4. Speech Recognition - Computer software that translates spoken words into text, commands, or other forms of information.
 

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Researcher develops an easy-to-use, accessible and secure electronic voting machine

Prime III Voting System

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