Tag Archives: computer science

‘Paperless’ Voting

Written by Jessica Oakley ’15 It is certainly true that our society has changed in innumerable ways since voting started, following the Revolutionary War. Arguably, one of the most important advances we have made is in the field of technology, … Continue reading

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Save the Trees: E(lectronic) Voting

Written by Rana Tahir ’13 In class this Tuesday, Professor (Jaime) Spacco, a professional “SMC rat” (pronounced “smack” rat), shared with us his thoughts on the possibilities for computerized voting. What is a SMC rat, you ask?  It is the … Continue reading

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Safety in E-Voting

Written by Robyn Wright ’13 This week in Election 2012, electronic voting and its relationship with patent laws was subject to debate. As technology has advanced, so has our reliance upon it, which can pose a few concerns in the … Continue reading

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Free Country, Free Software

Written by Firas Suqi ’13 With less than a month leading up to the presidential election, the debates between both parties are really starting to heat up. This week, we took a step back from the main issues being debated, instead … Continue reading

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