How Coercion Resistance is Implemented in E-Voting


As we discussed before, there are crucial requirements of e-voting systems which are privacy, receipt freeness and coercion resistance. The most difficult requirement is coercion resistance as it also guarentees privacy and receipt freeness. There are several papers which suggest methods for these requirements. In the following paper, Lee, Boyd et al.  have proposed a method for receipt freeness in mixnet based voting protocols.

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