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  • 9 dic. 2019

  • We still shouldn't be using electronic voting. Here's why. • Sponsored by Dashlane — for free on your first device @ https://www.dashlane.com/tomscott MORE BASICS: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... REFERENCES: Computerphile video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w3_0x... Stories about voter identification happening outside the law: https://www.theguardian.com/notesandq... Voting machines left connected to the internet: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/3k... Hackers getting voting machines to play Doom: https://www.salon.com/2019/08/14/hack... "Small, well-funded team backed by a national government": https://www.nytimes.com/2019/07/25/us... Scottish election: https://www.theguardian.com/politics/... and http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/6... - with the Excel detail on page 50 of https://www.openrightsgroup.org/wp-co... Report on e-voting in Estonia: https://estoniaevoting.org/ Written with Sean Elliott https://twitter.com/SeanMElliott/ Directed by Tomek Graphics by Mooviemakers https://www.mooviemakers.co.uk/ Audio mix by Haerther Productions https://haerther.net/ I'm at https://tomscott.com on Twitter at https://twitter.com/tomscott on Facebook at https://facebook.com/tomscott and on Instagram as tomscottgo


  • Taran Van Hemert
    Taran Van Hemert Hace 10 meses

    I electronically upvoted this.

  • Chraan
    Chraan Hace 5 meses

    Honestly, who needs an antivirus if you can just watch this video where Tom Scott himself checks your computer and assures you it's clean

  • Denis Deniss
    Denis Deniss Hace 5 meses

    One of my favorite things ever is people just wanting to play doom on every concievable device.

  • Enter Station Name Here

    China adaptation : 'why voting is a bad idea.'

  • Elvis Stangroom
    Elvis Stangroom Hace 6 meses

    "If you are techy enough to watch to the end"

  • Leopold Ramutsamaya
    Leopold Ramutsamaya Hace 10 meses

    That's the good thing about Africa, our election results are known before we even go to the polls so we don't have to worry about all of this...

  • Roma Gafiyatullin
    Roma Gafiyatullin Hace 1 mes

    "People can be corrupt, or threatened, or incompetent... or all three at the same time"

  • TheCarelessGamer
    TheCarelessGamer Hace 3 meses (editado)


  • helperbot 2000
    helperbot 2000 Hace 4 meses (editado)

    "What is taking so long?"

  • Luiz Quevedo
    Luiz Quevedo Hace 3 semanas

    Oh my... in Brazil voting has been electronic for 20 years now.

  • Hannah
    Hannah Hace 6 meses

    Solution: a group kahoot quiz

  • alex
    alex Hace 3 meses

    "Fraud in physical voting doesn't scale well"

  • Douglas Wolfen
    Douglas Wolfen Hace 2 meses (editado)

    In essence:

  • KaceyXam Comics
    KaceyXam Comics Hace 3 meses

    I think we should switch our elections over to what North Korea has. I heard they have never had a bad election

  • MrHatoi
    MrHatoi Hace 1 mes

    "You should still vote against it... while you can"

  • Prismarine Stars
    Prismarine Stars Hace 6 meses

    Imagine going into a voting booth and seeing the Doom title screen.

  • Mihai Calota
    Mihai Calota Hace 6 meses

    the unsolved issue with "voting from home" (besides forgery) is actually the guarantee that your vote is not expressed under influenc. the main idea behind "walking in a secure booth to vote" is that for a short while, as you are alone and physically present in a monitored location, the trusted observers can guarantee and vet the free expression your own individual will - eliminating short term past and future attacker inference. blockchains can actually be anonymous and safe, however, the circumstances of pressing the buttons of your own device need to be kept under close supervision..

  • kayakr17
    kayakr17 Hace 1 semana

    "To break an electronic election you don't actually have to break it, you just have to cast enough doubt."

  • シロキマキ
    シロキマキ Hace 5 meses

    People need to stop thinking the internet, the smartphone, and the computer as magic boxes

  • Алексей Уваров

    In Russia, the government is pushing to introduce e-voting on all sorts of elections, and the reason is precisely because the amount of fraud possible with paper elections is no longer enough to ensure the "correct" results. It's also now going to be easier to threaten government employees into voting for the ruling party