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I-voting drive draws tepid response from overseas Pakistanis

Dawn: ISLAMABAD: The campaign to register overseas Pakistanis for internet-voting in the upcoming by-polls evoked a lukewarm response, with only 7,419 expatriates out of the total 632,000 registering to avail the facility offered to them for the first time in the country’s electoral history.

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Electoral Commission statement on UKIP investigation

The Electoral Commission has published the conclusions of its investigation into whether the UK Independence Party (UKIP) took certain impermissible donations from a European political party and foundation. The Commission has not found offences on the evidence available.

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Voting Machines: A Weak Link

EE Times: CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — In my community, we vote by filling in circles on a paper sheet that goes into a scanner — we have a paper trail. Can such a process still be hacked? Yes, though paperless voting machines can more easily be hacked.

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