I would be VERY wary of online voting. There is too much opportunity for either (1) a computer failure that obliterates a whole block or results, or (2) a built-in bias that would skew the results and perhaps never be found out. If you do a recount a million times, it proves nothing. If you recount physical ballots, you can prove whether the initial count was accurate or not.
Yes, we trust our finances and medical info to computers. They have backups and the ability to replay transactions--exactly what an election should NOT have because that would mean recording who voted for whom, defeating the purpose of secret balloting.
no they could not vote
i want use case diagram for online voting system
no....... it is unfair. kids under 18 cant vote.
Online brokers use only secure servers when using their services. It is as safe and secure as doing finances online can get. Always look for the secure website logo, a closed padlock, when doing anything financial online.
The advantages for voting online, is that the vote becomes processed more quickly. Also, when voting online it helps you see if you made any mistakes on the ballot. As for voting by mail, the advantage is not to use a computer to fill out the ballot. However, the disadvantage is that it takes longer to process yout ballot.
this is false
No, you do not get fined for no voting. Voting is completely voluntary.
so its fair
digital disasters and violations of security
A secure certificate (SSL).