Sede is an electronic voting system whose results cannot be corrupted without voters having a very good chance to find out (by checking the results). Each voter gets a random `vote code' per vote. The processed results contain all vote codes so voters can verify that their vote is published and counted correctly. The voter can investigate all other votes as well (although there is, of course, no ID information on the votes).
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released on 25 April 2005
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