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How should we vote? According to Ronald L. Rivest, Institute Professor @MIT, on stage at #EmTechMIT:
1️⃣ Use voter-verifiable paper ballots everywhere by 2020.
2️⃣ No internet voting “susceptible to lots of attacks.”
3️⃣ Audit election outcomes. (RLA*)

Risk-limiting audit (RLA) uses a manual interpretation of randomly chosen cast paper ballots to verify with high probability the reported election outcome (or correct it, if wrong). #EMTechMIT

According to Ronald L. Rivest, Institute Professor @MIT this newly published report "Securing Your Vote," provides a vision of voting that is more secure, accessible, reliable, and verifiable: #EMTechMIT  https://www.nap.edu/catalog/25120/securing-the-vote-protecting-american-democracy 


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