A number of countries, including the USA, UK, Japan and Russia, are considering the potential of introducing an online voting option for elections. Should they do so, they would follow in the footsteps of countries such as Australia, Estonia and Switzerland who all use remote online voting to varying degrees. The US State of West … Continue reading USA, UK, Japan and Russia latest countries to consider introducing online voting for elections
By Ben Pearson. On January 22nd, WebRoots Democracy hosted a public seminar to explore claims about Russian interference in the EU referendum. To assess the evidence and shed some light on how interference could have taken place, we were joined by Sky’s technology correspondent Alexander J Martin and UCL’s Dr Gianluca Stringhini. Areeq Chowdhury opened … Continue reading Did Russia hack the referendum?
In a written submission to WebRoots Democracy, the Russian Embassy have denied accusations of trying to meddle with the UK's referendum on EU membership, describing the claims as 'outright insulting'. The statement was submitted for WebRoots Democracy's event entitled 'Did Russia hack the referendum?' taking place in London on January 22nd. The Embassy further state … Continue reading Russian Embassy: Brexit is of ‘no great importance’ and accusations of meddling are ‘outright insulting’