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Challenges 26 Solutions Of Adoption In Regards To Phone-Based Remote E-Voting

Journal: International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research (Vol.4, No. 10)

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Page : 337-342

Keywords : Index Terms Digital Divide; Internet Voting; Mobile voting; Remote E-Voting; Security; Trust; Usability;

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Abstract Remote Voting Systems has not been universally adopted by most countries for their elections such as in the case of Fiji. Although mobile phones are quite prevalent around the world and the amount of smart phones sold is increasing at a rapid rate there have not been many elections which have capitalized on the use of Mobile Phones as a remote voting tool. This paper is a limited review of previous papers on remote voting systems. The aim was to study challenges of adoption of remote e-voting systems such as through a mobile phone and suggest innovative solutions to those challenges. As such we propose a combination of new policy solutions and technical solutions such as the use of QR code and checksum for vote verification the use of real time facial recognition systems and the leveraging of existing mobile hardware to ensure a secure anonymous and trustworthy remote voting system like it has never been before.

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