Secure Logic, a company in Sydney that has been involved in organising the iVote system used in NSW elections since 2011, says the process of extending electronic voting to the federal level would not be overly problematic and would result in a great deal of savings, apart from providing as much, if not better, security as the current system does.
The iVote electronic voting system used at the recent New South Wales election has been described as one of the most significant changes seen in the electoral process in the last 100 years.
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