Online voting is convenient, but if the results aren't verifiable it's not worth the risk

In one of the most fiercely contested elections in years, the turnout of the 2015 British general election was still stubbornly low at 66.1% – only a single percentage point more than in 2010, and still around 10 points lower than the ranges common before the 1990s.
Source: Phys.org

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