Brazil Open Source Voting

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Date: Wed Apr 16 2008 - 14:25:23 CDT

Subject: Brazil Open Source Voting
Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Brazil Open Source Voting

Filed under: Election Protection — by Joyce Cole @ 5:06 pm
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fuels (plus they just found an undersea source of lots of the sticky goo) and now
they are showing the way in election protection.

> The brazilian Election Supreme Court announced at April 4th 2008, that the
> 2008 elections at Brazil will use GNU / Linux electronic voting machines with
> software digital authentication.
> The Tribunal Superior Eleitoral (the brazilian Election Supreme Court),
> officially announced on April 4th, 2008, that the brazilian 2008 elections will
> use 430 thousand electronic voting machines migrated from VirtuOS and Windows
> CE to GNU / Linux and open source softwares for security and auditing defined
> by proper law.
> All open source and in-house developed software will be digitally signed and
> all loaded software will may be verified at voting places by inspectors at
> any time to check against tampering.
Brazil Elections

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