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Do we need trust for verifiability in e-voting?

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One of the main challenges in e-voting is to construct a protocol satisfying both verifiability and privacy properties with minimal trust assumptions. In this talk we will analyse different stages of e-voting processes and see to which degree we can unite these dual properties and to which extent we have to resort to trust. In particular, we will present new zero-knowledge proofs which do not require a trusted setup to non-interactively prove that the tally was correctly calculated.

This talk is part of the Computer Security Seminars series.

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