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    • Global Intelligent Governance—A Collaborative Platform 

      Ahn, Michael; Chen, Yu-Che; Ganapati, Sukumar; Krimmer, Robert; Viale Pereira, Gabriela; Pliscoff, Cristian; Tseng, Hsien-Lee; Wu, Jiannan (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2021-06-09)
      The purpose of this panel on “Global Intelligent Governance—A Collaborative Platform (GIG-CP)” is to discuss the feasibility and need for developing a collaborative platform to facilitate a global network-to-network ...
    • Building Global Societies on Collective Intelligence: Challenges and Opportunities 

      Suran, Shweta; Pattanaik, Vishwajeet; Kurvers, Ralf; Hallin, Carina Antonia; De Liddo, Anna; Krimmer, Robert; Draheim, Dirk (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2022-10-14)
      Digital disruptions caused by the use of technologies like social media arguably present a formidable challenge to democratic values and in turn to Collective Intelligence. Challenges such as misinformation, partisan bias, ...
    • Digital Sovereignty and Participation in an Autocratic State: Designing an e-Petition System for Developing Countries 

      Lips, Silvia; Ahmed, Rozha K.; Khayyam, Zulfigarzada; Krimmer, Robert; Draheim, Dirk (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2021-06-09)
      Establishing a sustainable citizens-government dialogue is a crucial topic on the agenda of many countries. E-petition systems are among the most popular and effective tools for establishing a responsive and effective ...
    • Institutional Trust and Social Media Use in Citizen-State Relations: Results from an international cross country vignette study 

      Homburg, Vincent (Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), 2022)
      The objective of this article is to identify whether trust affects citizens’ use of social media to initiate conversations with government on social media platforms. Using a vignette survey, we gathered data from the Canada, ...
    • E-Vote-ID 2022 

      Krimmer, Robert; Volkamer, Melanie; Duenas-Cid, David; Germann, Micha; Glondu, Stéphane; Hofer, Thomas; Krivonosova, Iuliia; Martin-Rozumilowicz, Beata; Rønne, Peter; Zollinger, Marie-Laure (2022-10)
      This volume contains papers presented at E-Vote-ID 2022, the Seventh International JointConference on Electronic Voting, held during October 4–7, 2022. This was the first in-personconference following the COVID-19 pandemic, ...
    • E-Voting Wasm Cryptography 

      Ruescas, David; Robles, Eduardo (2022)
      The Sequent Voting Platform is an open-source E2EV internet voting system currently used in private organisations and non-legally binding elections of public organisations. The system employs standard cryptographic ...
    • Electis.app White Paper 

      Mentré, Gilles; Mignot, Thomas; Nouyrigat, Franck; Melcher, Lena (2022)
      The Electis voting App (Electis.app) is a web application built using Django and ElectionGuard SDK). The latter comes with homomorphic encryption and end-to-end verifiable proof of ballots and tally (initially designed for ...
    • The highly secure anonymous e-voting system of the Czech Pirate Party 

      Martínek, Tomáš; Forýtek, Lukáš (2022)
      The article describes the open-source e-voting system of the Czech Pirate Party including the applications, their modifications and interconnection. Overall, it provides an insight into the highly credible, secure and ...
    • Post-Election Audits in the Philippines 

      Schürmann, Carsten (2022)
      How do you observe the unobservable? The election technology in use in the Philippines are optical ballot scanners called Vote Counting Machines (VCMs) that scan, count, and transmit election results at the close of ...
    • Adaptation of an i-voting scheme to Italian Elections for Citizens Abroad 

      Longo, Riccardo; Morelli, Umberto; Spadafora, Chiara; Tomasi, Alessandro (2022)
      We adapt the Ara´ujo-Traor´e protocol to Italian elections, with emphasis on anti-coercion measures. In this short paper we focus on a new method for managing anti-coercion credentials for each voter.
    • The Diffusion of Electronic Voting for Participatory Budgeting Projects: Evidence from Ukraine 

      Khutkyy, Dmytro (2022)
      Electronic voting for participatory budgeting projects in Ukraine it is understudied. Therefore, the paper aims to investigate the patterns of diffusion of e-voting for participatory budgeting projects in Ukraine. This ...
    • Return Codes from Lattice Assumptions 

      Høgasen, Audhild; Silde, Tjerand (2022)
      We present an approach for creating return codes for latticebased electronic voting. For a voting system with four control components and two rounds of communication our scheme results in a total of 2.3MB of communication ...
    • Review of the Overseas E-voting (OSEV) system used in the Australian Capital Territory 

      Haines, Thomas (2022)
      The Australian Capital Territory (ACT) contains the Australian national capital Canberra; the territory has a 25-member legislative assembly combing both state and local government functions. The members of the assembly ...
    • Internet Voting is Being Pushed by False Claims and Deceptive Marketing 

      Greenhalgh, Susan (2022)
      While the convenience of voting from a computer or smartphone over the Internet may seem to be desirable, there is overwhelming evidence that ballots cast electronically cannot be adequately secured to protect the legitimacy ...
    • Dubious security practices in e-voting schemes Between tech and legal standards 

      Finogina, Tamara; Rodrıguez-Perez, Adria; Puiggali, Jordi (2022)
      Remote electronic voting has been around for a few decades now. However, some legal uncertainty regarding its uses remains. In this paper, we would like to highlight and discuss several techniques used in e-voting which ...
    • Auditing Ranked Voting Elections with Dirichlet-Tree Models: First Steps 

      Everest, Floyd; Blom, Michelle; B. Stark, Philip; Stuckey, Peter J.; Teague, Vanessa; Vukcevic, Damjan (2022)
      Ranked voting systems, such as instant-runo voting (IRV) and single transferable vote (STV), are used in many places around the world. They are more complex than plurality and scoring rules, pre- senting a challenge ...
    • A theoretical framework for understanding trust and distrust in internet voting 

      Duenas-Cid, David (2022)
      Each and every case of success and failure in the implementation of internet voting is permeated by a common element: the concept of trust. Several researchers highlighted the relevance of creating trust for the successful ...
    • Features and usage of Belenios in 2022 

      Glondu, Stéphane; Gaudry, Pierrick; Cortier, Véronique (2022)
      Belenios is an open-source Internet voting protocol associated to a free voting platform, launched in 2015. A detailed overview of the protocol has been presented in [6] in 2019 and its complete, up-todate specification ...