Andrew Appel

Princeton University

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Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University.

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Turnout was low for the California primary election, and 120,000 people in L.A. didn’t get their ballots. How can voting be made more efficient and more appealing?

Internet voting: The future, or a hacking vulnerability?

Turnout was low for the California primary election, and 120,000 people in L.A. didn’t get their ballots. How can voting be made more efficient and more appealing?

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