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Autor: Epstein, Jeremy.
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Resumen: Computer scientists have a key role to play in ensuring that election systems meet often conflicting requirements. In the wake of the contested results from the 2000 US presidential election, the US Congress passed the Help America Vote Act, which banned certain voting technologies, provided federal funds for purchasing new voting equipment, and required handicapped accessibility for voting systems
En: IEEE Computer Vol.40, no. 8 (ago. 2007) ; p. 92-95

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Computer scientists have a key role to play in ensuring that election systems meet often conflicting requirements. In the wake of the contested results from the 2000 US presidential election, the US Congress passed the Help America Vote Act, which banned certain voting technologies, provided federal funds for purchasing new voting equipment, and required handicapped accessibility for voting systems

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