Wikipedia Definition & Overview – Electronic Voting
Electronic voting (also known as e-voting) is a term encompassing several different types of voting, embracing both electronic means of casting a vote and electronic means of counting votes.


10 Ways E-voting Could Save or Destroy Democracy

Electronic voting and Democracy website
Website raises concerns about electronic voting.

E-Vote 2011 Project (Norway)
Voters in 10 municipalities had the option of voting electronically in the 2011 municipal and county elections.

E-voting gets closer in 2012, but it isn’t there yet
These new voting technologies will save time and money and perhaps allow more people to take part in the elections process. But some experts worry that security flaws still haven’t been fixed and that federal elections are still decades away from going fully online.

e-Voting Handbook
Council of Europe publication November 2010.

Pros And Cons of E-Voting
This article describes the security concerns and benefits of e-voting system.

Security Concerns Plague E-Voting
This article describes the security concerns of the emerging e-voting trends.

Video – YouTube – David Bismark: E-voting without fraud
TED Video David Bismark demos a new system for voting that contains a simple, verifiable way to prevent fraud and miscounting — while keeping each person’s vote secret. (11/02/10).

An overview on online voting and cyber security and the few “wrinkles” you might encounter.