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punch card

(pŭnch kard),
A card on which data are stored by means of holes made in specified positions so that data can be sorted, processed, and analyzed; method still used in developing world.
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Armed with a fine tooth comb and its commendable intentions, the world's largest democracy must put its experience of national elections to good use and ensure the Indian diaspora enjoys a smooth e-voting experience in the future.
If e-voting machines could revolutionise polls, water meters might just spark a revolution.
The proposed regulations provide that companies shall communicate to their member the option to participate, through e-voting, in the business to be approved at the general meeting.
The world has been benefiting from the technology but we are not availing the services of reputed Technology giants to mock test the e-voting system.
Lebanese dispersal relates a story of success and succoring the fatherland at times of difficulty and the ministry by way of appreciation intends to naturalize all expats by giving them access to e-voting as well, he went on.
Topics include: trends in government ITC adoption and barriers, authentication mechanisms for e-voting, an assessment for assessing e-government systems, social media and citizen engagement, e-government public service delivery, and more.
Further apprising the court, she maintained that the legislation step was near to completion, while NADRA has also prepared a software for e-voting.
Meanwhile, the e-voting system decreased the voting time to less than five minutes compared to one honor in the first phase of elections when the center was shifted from the RCCI to well-equipped RICEC.
Murphy reckons we can mark that down as another Fianna Fail e-voting triumph.
In America the Federal government poured a lot of money into e-voting, only to discover later that the deployed systems were vulnerable.
Other topics of the 16 papers include the role of the IS organization within the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, an instrument to classify users based on the user cube, social and usage process motivations for consumer internet access, and public trust in e-voting technology.