Re: An attempt to sneak Internet voting in via theback door?

From: compodinamic <contact_at_compodinamic_dot_it>
Date: Sun Jun 21 2009 - 01:07:33 CDT

Thinking is one thing, to invent is a different thing!
The idea is that there is something that is created from nothing or as say
the " Estensionisti" the idea is created from " Mondo della Non."
The difference between the scientist and the inventor is an abyss.
Your comments are right, but these were taken into account when designing
our system and have been overcome with an idea. If you do not enter the
world of ideas you will not ever understand how this is possible.
Cascella

----- Original Message -----
From: "Edward Cherlin" <echerlin@gmail.com>
To: "Open Voting Consortium discussion list" <ovc-discuss@listman.sonic.net>
Sent: Sunday, June 21, 2009 7:36 AM
Subject: Re: [OVC-discuss] An attempt to sneak Internet voting in via
theback door?

> On Fri, Jun 19, 2009 at 11:19 AM, Arthur Keller <voting@kellers.org>
> wrote:
>>
>> At 1:43 AM -0700 6/19/09, Edward Cherlin wrote:
>>>
>>> My system has the ballot and envelope printed, stuffed, and sealed
>>> without being seen by anybody.
>>
>> So we have an electronic system that knows the identity of the voter and
>> how they voted. How isn't that a risk for privacy?
>
> It is obviously a risk. So is sending a ballot in an envelope. As I
> said before, anybody who thinks that a ballot in an envelope can't be
> read without opening the envelope shouldn't be in this business.
>
> I also said that I thought the military did a better job of managing
> its own secrets than any election board. Certainly the military knows
> how to wipe files so that it can't recover them.
>
> But I don't insist. I ask whether military voters would consider the
> risks acceptable in order to ensure that their votes would arrive on
> time and be counted. Ask _them_.
>
> The current system, with about a 50% reported rejection rate, is
> unconscionable.
>
>> Best regards,
>> Arthur
>>
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