Online voting stories
Voter vulnerabilities: Cybersecurity risks impact national elections
The outcome of elections have an enormous impact on the political and cultural landscape of any democratic society.
Swiss Post asks public to hack its e-voting system
Switzerland’s postal service Swiss Post is inviting keen-eyed security experts and white hats to hack its e-voting system.
AIIA says Government needs to ditch 'archaic' voting methods & switch to e-voting
Why is Australia slow at electronic voting uptake? The AIIA says that with e-voting in place, we would already know the election results by now.
Scrapping of online voting trial a 'blow to democracy'
Online voting trials for local body elections have been cancelled, disappointing councils who see it as a lost opportunity.
Online voting trial canned
Online voting trial for local body elections in New Zealand scrapped due to concerns over security and vote integrity.
Online voting trial gaining traction, but who pays?
Horizons Regional Council will support an online voting trial for Palmerston North and Whanganui Councils, but will not contribute to the cost.
Wellington City Council to participate in online voting trial
Wellington to innovate with online voting in 2016, aiming to hike participation and ease access for disabled voters.
No online voting 'major blow' to disabled Kiwis
Disability rights group warns that rejecting online voting trial would be detrimental to blind and disabled citizens.
NZ divided over the great online voting debate...
Debating the potential for online voting in New Zealand saw a room divided at the NetHui conference...
Online voting set for 2016 elections trial
A trial of online voting will take place in the 2016 local authority elections, Local government Minister Chris Tremain has revealed.