Posted Aug 28, 2007 21:05 UTC (Tue) by renox
In reply to: Securing our votes
Parent article: Securing our votes
>>I don't agree. Accessibility to all voters is critical.
Sure, but security is also critical, secrecy is also critical, etc.
>> A voter who can't cast a ballot has been disenfranchised.
That's not true, if a voter cannot cast a ballot alone, he can still vote if you authorise him to have a helper or someone which can cast a vote for him, of course this possibility also gives the possibility of buying votes, it's a tradeoff.
>>Any system that systematically disenfranchises a predictable subset of voters is irretrievably flawed.
Then all the systems are 'irretrievably flawed', what's your point?
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