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Privacy is one of the main issues in electronic voting. We propose a family of symbolic privacy notions that allows to assess the level of privacy ensured by a voting protocol. Our definitions are applicable to protocols featuring multiple votes per voter and special attack scenarios such as vote-copying or forced abstention. Finally we employ our definitions on several existing voting protocols to show that our model allows to compare different types of protocols based on different techniques,doi:10.1109/icc.2012.6364938 dblp:conf/icc/DreierLL12 fatcat:rci2dngipvfhzjadpr6mwz57hi