Electronic Voting Machines: Utility, Reliability and Vulnerability
Worldwide democracies are now primarily utilizing electronic digital voting machines to hold their elections. These have largely replaced manual paper voting and mechanized vote calculating machines in many countries. These have become controversial due to the constant improvements in digital technology that could affect the vulnerability and reliability of election outcomes, as well as the fact that a small number of companies produce and market such machines.
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