4 Invaluable books for reading and downloading, about the tragic reality of Brazilian voting, how electoral systems operate in the world and international jurisprudence on electronic voting.
“It is not enough for Caesar's wife to be honest, she has to appear honest. An electoral system is not enough to be correct, it has to prove that is correct and auditable. ” Prof. Dr. Jeroen van de Graaf
And this is what these and many other works prove: the Brazilian electoral system does not prove that it is correct and auditable, leaving Brazilians with decades of insecurity and democratic fragility.
Our sincere thanks to the authors, who have not only dedicated many years of their lives, working intensely to restore electoral transparency in Brazil, but also for the selfless attitude of making their books available to the public free of charge. May your "good fight" still be awarded with the victory - which will be that of millions of Brazilians!
The Urn Myth - Unraveling the (in) security of the electronic ballot box
Frauds and Defenses in electronic voting
Global jurisprudence on electronic voting
The book Jurisprudences on electronic voting - E-voting case law: A comparative analysis, has almost 400 pages, gathers the insights of many experts and covers all judicial and legislative decisions around the world, regarding electronic voting. Naturally, it also reports the Brazilian case, revealing how Brazil insists on maintaining itself against the grain, fostering electoral insecurity. Here we provide only the 1st chapter with mechanical translation. To purchase the book, enter that link.