Re: Focus on Rights

From: Arthur Keller <voting_at_kellers_dot_org>
Date: Mon Nov 12 2007 - 10:16:38 CST

Dear Giuseppe, you keep on hinting about your system without
disclosing it. Right now, it's merely vaporware. When you disclose
full details about how it works, including its source code and its
designs and specs for hardware and software, we'll be able to
evaluate your claims.

Until then, you'll merely be hyping an idea, not a system we can
touch and analyze, and you'll get skeptical responses because of the
gap between vague claims and what you have disclosed about your
system.

Best regards,
Arthur

At 9:56 AM +0100 11/12/07, compodinamic wrote:
>Dear Ronald Crane
>It is known that with the manual vote counting is possible cheat much more
>easily than with a machine.
>We believe the voting and counting manual are safer because are the people
>that effect its:
>we can not doubt ourselves, and in particular many of ourselves. It is the
>basic principle of democracy.
>The machine, however it can not be wrong, neither before, nor during, or
>after. Otherwise, we doubt of it.
>My Voting technology makes the machines work as a working man, it may be
>wrong, are possible that there is attempts of fraud, but these are
>controlled and
>monitored in the same way as Voting and manual counting.
>Giuseppe Cascella

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