In a 2016 testimony addressing the House Committee on Space, Science & Technology, Dan Wallach warned that the country’s voting infrastructure was vulnerable to hacking by foreign governments. Computer scientists have long spoken of the dangers of electronic voting machines, and now they’re warning against adopting online voting. But is there a fundamental difference in the way that academics and entrepreneurs approach the risks and benefits of online voting? How might the introduction of online voting change the way that we conduct American elections?

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Antonio Mugica
CEO of Smartmatic

Dan Wallach
Professor at Rice University

David Dill
Professor at Stanford University

James Simmons
VP of Elections Operations at Everyone Counts

Jordi Puiggalí
Chief Security Officer and SVP Research & Security at Scytl