R: R: OVC on CNET Today

From: <contact_at_compodinamic_dot_it>
Date: Fri Jul 25 2008 - 20:07:12 CDT

Dear Teresa
The voters have no need to read the bar code. The bar code is used only for
the machines.
In my Italian patent application SA2007A000001 the bar code can not be
separated from vote, namely that sees the voter.
The vote can not be replaced with another.
The bar code is not used only to counting the votes, but to be sure that the
vote not be changed, nor the ballot replaced.
The barcode, in addition, speeds up counting of votes.
If the barcode is altered and not the blatant vote on the ballot, nothing
happens!

As I said, the use of barcode, being discussed, although it works perfectly,
I already outdated it, and with my new ideas, that I'm patenting, are ahead
of all.
So these discussions are considered already old stuff!
Regards
Cascella

 

 

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Da: ovc-discuss-bounces+contact=compodinamic.it@listman.sonic.net
[mailto:ovc-discuss-bounces+contact=compodinamic.it@listman.sonic.net] Per
conto di Teresa Hommel
Inviato: sabato 26 luglio 2008 11.03
A: Open Voting Consortium discussion list
Oggetto: Re: [OVC-discuss] R: OVC on CNET Today

 

Voters cannot easily read a bar code, so use of bar codes prevents voters
from knowing whether their votes have been accurately recorded as
intended--it becomes a "trust me" system as much as a DRE where the votes
are recorded in computer memory.

Teresa Hommel

contact@compodinamic.it wrote:

Dear Alan
 
"The difference, said Dechert, is that the machine would print out the final
choices along with a unique bar code. The paper ballot would then be
inserted into a sleeve with only the bar code exposed.
An election worker would then scan the bar code to record the vote. At the
end of the election or at choice points during the day, a tally sheet could
be printed, also with a barcode. Within the two-dimensional bar code is a
numerical-coded sequence that shows how a person voted. There is also a
unique identifier so that the ballot cannot be counted a second time. The
printed ballot cannot be linked with a specific person, but the ballot can
be associated with the electronic tally stored in the computer.
Dechert says his system is better because it doesn't use fancy cryptography,
it uses a simple chain of custody.
Once the bar code has been scanned, the vote entered, the paper ballot is
put into a box. Later the paper ballots can be tallied if need be."
 
This Idea is in Italian Patent SA2007A000001 dated 2007 january, 1, in the
name Cascella Giuseppe.
News relating to Italian patents SA2007A000001, SA2007A000002, Na2007A00014
will be given soon on the site www.voto-sicuro.it and www.truevote.eu
 
In realty I am much more advanced ! In fact, with my new patents in 2008 I
think that the problem of automated voting is completely resolved for the
next twenty years.
Regards
Cascella Giuseppe
 
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Da: ovc-discuss-bounces+contact=compodinamic.it@listman.sonic.net
[mailto:ovc-discuss-bounces+contact=compodinamic.it@listman.sonic.net] Per
conto di Alan Dechert
Inviato: venerd́ 25 luglio 2008 23.03
A: Open Voting Consortium discussion list
Oggetto: [OVC-discuss] OVC on CNET Today
 
This is from the demo we did yesterday in San Francisco
 
http://news.cnet.com/8301-1009_3-9999555-83.html
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