October 31, 2004 | By Donna Wentworth

Got Expert?

There's a brand new weblog that's a must-read for everyone concerned about the problems with e-voting: E-voting-Experts.com.

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It's helmed by leading computer security experts and researchers who have volunteered to be "on call" during the election to help voters, poll watchers, reporters, and others understand what's really going on when a technical glitch takes place:

In a typically useful post, Dan Wallach analyzes an especially nightmarish problem -- the machine lighting up for the wrong candidate -- and offers a remedy: proofing the summary screen. In another, Joe Hall points to key voting resources all around the Web, including such essentials as the constantly updated e-voting news from Voters Unite!

It's a terrific site; I'll be checking in often.


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