Securing Digital Democracy

 

In this courseSecuring Digital Democracy, you’ll learn what every citizen should know about the security risks–and future potential — of electronic voting and Internet voting. We’ll take a look at the past, present, and future of election technologies and explore the various spaces intersected by voting, including computer security, human factors, public policy, and more.

Securing Digital Democracy course commitment 2-3 hours/week

Week 1: Voting as a Security Problem

Syllabus and Course Information
Week 1 Readings
Security and Voting
Voting History: Early Work
Voting History: Technology and Voting

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Week 2: Computers at the Polls

Week 2 Readings
Computers and Voting
A Closer Look

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Week 3: Security Procedures and Voting Around the World

Week 3 Readings
Practical Considerations
International Examples

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Week 4: Human Factors and Internet VotingSecuring Digital Democracy

Usability Considerations
Usability in Practice
Internet Voting

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Week 5: New Technology and Policy

How You Know Your Vote Counts
Policy and Practice

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