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Vote online for President? Internet voting meets 'User Generated Politics'

Will you be e-voting for president?
Written by Donna Bogatin, Contributor on

Special Poll: Edition number 19 in this Digital Markets Blog presidential campaign 2008 series on what I am calling “User Generated Politics.”  

The Association for Computing Machinery asserts: 

Ensuring the reliability, security, and verifiability of public elections is fundamental to a stable democracy. Convenience and speed of vote counting are no substitute for accuracy of results and trust in the process by the electorate.

What do you think? Will we soon be voting for President of the United States online?
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STAY TUNED TO THIS DIGITAL MARKETS BLOG FOR CONTINUING COVERAGE OF WHAT I AM CALLING “USER GENERATED POLITICS” 2008

More in this Digital Markets Special Series:
John Edwards meets Bill Maher: ‘User Generated Politics’ TV campaign stop and
YouTube: Must see TV? ‘User Generated Politics’ presidential campaign 2008 and
Is Obama’s social network anti-social? and
Hillary Clinton trumps Barack Obama, on eBay! and
Got $2500? Mingle with Obama, plus Spielberg, Katzenberg and Geffen and
Yahoo: 36,147 people tell Hillary Clinton what to do and
Joe Biden has 226 MySpace friends: Can he connect? and
Hillary TV: Will ‘User Generated Politics’ get Clinton to the White House? 

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