Secure Electronic Voting Protocols
Helger Lipmaa, Cybernetica AS and University of Tartu, Estonia
Since the early 1990s, one of the global buzzwords (or, rather, buzz-letters) has been “e,” short for electronic, which signifies almost everything connected with (inter-)networking. The ubiquity of “e” is caused by the global penetration of the Internet and, in many places of the world, by easier availability of Internet-based services, compared to the traditional services. Numerous e-processes are already taking place, starting from e-banking and ending with (in some countries) e-government. This had led to the situation where one wants to “e-ize” most of the processes and services that can be found in a modern society. After all, moving to the e-services helps ...