University College London, Gower St, Bloomsbury
London, England WC1E 6BT

Governments around the world are conducting elections using electronic voting machines, websites and even text messages. What benefits and problems have they have found? What attracts governments to evoting?

Come and hear noted experts from Europe and the US talk about the experiences so far, including e-voting machines hacked to play chess in the Netherlands and US problems that may have led to thousands of votes going missing in 2006's congressional elections. Confirmed speakers include:

Margaret McGaley (Ireland)
Colm MacCarthaigh (Ireland)
Anne-Marie Oostveen (The Netherlands)
Dr Rebecca Mercuri (USA)

Rop Gonggrijp (The Netherlands) will present a very short demonstration of how Dutch machines were hacked using a live voting machine.

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Added by sheilaellen on January 16, 2007



EVMs (Electronic Voting Machines) are routinely used in India, the largest democracy in the world.