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Comment Re:Alternatives? (Score 2, Informative) 403

The Belgian government publishes the source code of its voting machines after each election: You still need dedicated hardware (which basically is an antique Pentium 1, 4 megs of RAM, some serial interfaces, a lightpen interface and a magnetic card reader)

Comment Re:How hard is it for a computer to do addition? (Score 5, Informative) 239

How do you know this system is fraud free? Reading your comment doesn't convince me one bit. I voted too, in the Netherlands, and for the first time in years I had to use a pencil again. No guarantee that there are no counting errors, but they won't be systematic on a large scale.

The Belgian government publishes the source code of the voting software the moment the bureaus close. The software of yesterday's election can be found here:

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