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WillYourVoteBCounted Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Nov-30-06 03:30 AM
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78. it would allow completely paperless systems
NIST recommends exploring end to end encryption systems,
and there probably wouldn't be a paper ballot.

there might be a receipt, and you could "check it"
if you trust the computerized system that you
used to check it with.

Again, more black boxes being dreamed up to add to black boxes.

And NIST did not recommend banning DREs, it said that
2007 standards should only certified DRES if they have VVPAT,
or if other verification was available.

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