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Welcome to tannlogo.gif (640 bytes)'s new, but inevitable, section on Electronic Voting.  E-Voting is one of the hottest components in "the future of teledemocracy."

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    The following web sites advertise, promote, and/or support electronic voting.  Please click the links below to visit each respective web site.


Election.com
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Election.com is a for-profit company that is in the business of developing secure and reliable systems of Internet voting.  They have been doing this for several years, mainly with large corporations as their clientele.  In the past year or so, they have subjected the invulnerability of their private e-voting systems to the problems of public voting.  They were the company that the Arizona Democrats hired to run their presidential primary in the Spring of 2000.  Since then, they have been working on improving their e-vote system in the public arena.


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Safevote.com


Safevote.com is another private company that specializes in e-voting.  They were hired to set up and consult in the e-vote experiments in Contra Costa, California and Umea University, Sweden.  Their site has much valuable information about their system.


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Votesite.org


www.vivarto.com

Vivarto is a company that specializes in electronic deliberation and electronic voting.   They try to sell their system to any large organizations, including corporations, governments, the media, etc. in order to help develop a more democratic decision-making process via electronics.   Their site helps explain their ideas about "the idea greenhouse", "electronic referenda" and the "Vivarto representative system."

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