Examine the role of technology in elections

Call for evidence about risks and benefits of introducing blockchain in India's electoral systems

Subhashis Banerjee


Publicly verifiable voting: a design sketch illustration

Submitted May 13, 2021

We will study the design sketch of a publicly verifiable and strongly software independent voting system as an illustrative example to better understand the issues involved in deploying such systems in large public elections (beyond academic computer science). We will discuss the pros and cons.

We will also discuss the possibilities for public verifiable electronic electoral roles and discuss the benefits and risks.


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One Vote is an initiative to examine a diverse set of inputs and perspectives regarding the introduction and evolution of technology as part of the elections. We use public discourse, deliberations and reports to raise awareness about this topic for a lay audience. One Vote is designed to enable cr… more

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