What Estonia could teach us about internet voting in a post-pandemic world

While the United States grapples with controversy over electronic voting machines and mail-in ballots, Estonia has created a remote voting system that could address many of the concerns about elections in a post-coronavirus world. Refined over more than 15 years of development, Estonia’s i-Voting system allows citizens to vote from home on their computer using a government-issued smart card.

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via venturebeat.com

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