EPIC Obtains E-Voting Documents, Security Questions Remain Unanswered

As the result of a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit, EPIC has obtained a September 2011 report about online voting. The report, produced in response to EPIC's July 2014 FOIA request, summarizes a pilot test of e-voting system. The report recommends several changes, including accessibility and user interface, but does little to address privacy and security concerns except for recommending "visible security features" to "give users greater confidence in the privacy and security of their ballots." EPIC will continue to pursue the documents that have been withheld from the public about the risks of online voting.

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