Flaws found in Estonian internet voting system – PRESS CONFERENCE by independent team on this Monday 12th May in Tallinn, Estonia

PRESS CONFERENCE 12th May 2014 11:00am — Hotel Metropol, Tallinn

International Team of Independent Election Observers to deliver report on Estonian Internet Voting System

TALLINN, Estonia — An international team of independent experts will deliver their findings on the security of the Estonian E-Voting System this Monday.

This team of renowned experts on computer security and voting systems observed the use of Internet Voting in the 2013 Estonian municipal elections. Ahead of the 2014 European Elections, which plan to use the same internet voting system in Estonia, the International experts will introduce a report in which they explain their observations from 2013 and the results of their security analysis. Their analysis has identified serious flaws in the systems and processes used in Estonian internet voting.

The entire team will be at the press conference and available for interview afterwards to present and discuss their findings.

NOTES FOR EDITORS

For queries contact Jason Kitcat on jason@jasonkitcat.com or +44 7956 886 508

* The Press conference will be in the Hotel Metropol, Roseni 13, 10111 Tallinn, Estonia at 11am on Monday 12th May 2014. The press conference will be in English.

* The report and associated information will be later available from https://estoniaevoting.org

* The team who produced the report and who will be present at the press conference are:
J. Alex Halderman, University of Michigan
Harri Hursti, Independent Security Researcher
Jason Kitcat, Open Rights Group
Maggie MacAlpine, Post-Election Audit Advisor
Travis Finkenauer, University of Michigan
Drew Springall, University of Michigan

ENDS.

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