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Kiosk internet voting

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Kiosk internet voting means the use of Internet voting machines in non-traditional polling places, such as malls, libraries, and local schools, staffed by election officials who assist in the authentication of voters before ballots are cast.

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Kiosk voting could be monitored by election officials, observers, or even cameras to address security and privacy concerns, and prevent coercion or other forms of intervention. The challenges and risks associated with kiosk voting are considerable, but more approachable than those associated with remote internet voting.

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