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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
We present the first universally verifiable voting scheme that can be based on a general assumption (existence of a non-interactive commitment scheme). Our scheme is also the first receipt-free scheme to give "everlasting privacy" for votes: even a computationally unbounded party does not gain any information about individual votes (other than what can be inferred from the final tally). Our voting protocols are designed to be used in a "traditional" setting, in which voters cast their ballotsdoi:10.1007/11818175_22 fatcat:gv6rthvvbrgj5ba6mw56siyycy