President Ilves of Estonia discusses merits of electronic voting

On Sept. 24, Stanford’s Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law, together with the Atlantic Council, hosted Estonian President Toomas Hendrik Ilves for a discussion on technology and elections. The conversation - moderated by CDDRL Director Francis Fukuyama – examined Estonia’s technological infrastructure and their use of electronic voting in eight of their past ten elections. The conversation provoked greater questions of security and privacy surrounding cyber governance, as well as the limits of transparency. 

 

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28 Sept. 2015. Ilves and political scientist Francis Fukuyama discussed IT future at Stanford University. Juhan Tere. The Baltic Course.

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