The Huffington Post UK published an op-ed authored by our Chairman Mark Malloch-Brown. In the piece, he writes about the recent general elections in the UK, stressing the need to modernise voting processes, and points at technology as the perfect
Efficiency and transparency in election administration have improved considerably in recent decades thanks to technology. The top five technologies making possible better elections are: Share this content
Regardless of how well an election appears to be run or how neat the voting process goes for each constituent, people must have a great deal of confidence that the integrity of the election and its results are suitably upheld.
A new security device for electronic voting could be ready to use by the 2020 or 2025 general elections in the UK. Taking inspiration from the security devices issued by some banks, a security and privacy research group at Birmingham,
The 2015 UK General Election is taking place on Thursday 7 May. Here we present you an infographic with nine facts facts about how the election works. Share this content
1- On May 7th, the United Kingdom will hold General Elections to choose which party, or coalition of parties, will form the government for the next five years. 2- Polling stations will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.