internet voting

Cybersecurity worries about internet voting are essentially as old as internet voting itself.
Listen to Larry Magid's interview with Stanford University computer scientist Dr. David Dill Americans are divided over who
Campaign strategists are always trying to predict the newest political demographic groups. For a long time, it was seniors. Lately there has been a lot of talk about "NASCAR dads." But the strongest untapped political factor these days is rarely mentioned -- the Internet.
Recently, I received in the mail a corporation letter asking me to vote in company matters. With this as a forerunner, I propose the following scheme for future primaries.
As most of us now understand, paperless electronic voting is a really bad idea. But there is a still worse idea: voting over the Internet.