Vote buying revisited: implications for receipt-freeness

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Pieters, W. and Jonker, H.L. (2007) Vote buying revisited: implications for receipt-freeness. In: Proceedings of the 2nd Benelux Workshop on Information and System Security (WISSec 2007), 20-21 Sep 2007, Luxembourg city, Luxembourg.

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Abstract:In this paper, we analyse the concept of vote buying based
on examples that try to stretch the meaning of the concept. Which ex-
amples can still be called vote buying, and which cannot? We propose
several dimensions that are relevant to qualifying an action as vote buy-
ing or not. As a means of protection against vote buying and coercion,
the concept of receipt-freeness has been proposed. We argue that, in or-
der to protect against a larger set of vote buying activities, the concept
of receipt-freeness should be interpreted probabilistically. We propose a
general definition of probabilistic receipt-freeness by adapting existing
definitions of probabilistic anonymity to voting.
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