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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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The general assembly presents an excellent opportunity for PJSCs to engage with their shareholders and stakeholders and electronic communication and e-voting helps to assist this pillar of good corporate governance.
Lai instructed the CEC to present a report within a month on how to improve the conducting of referendums, including the possibility of using e-voting to avoid confusion.
The division election was suspended last Saturday, over claims that hackers broke into the system and injected malware that erased the e-voting application in the tablets, stole data, changed the passwords and controlled the use of the tablets.
The researches of the forms, methods, and implications of the introduction of e-voting have taken place for a long time.
Babar Yaqoob said E-voting will be conducted on experimental bases in the upcoming bye-elections while the results would be furnished before Parliament.
Advocates of e-voting point out that electronic voting can reduce election costs and increase communal participation by making the voting process more convenient and accurate.
In the light of the said experience, the parliament will ascertain future of the e-voting, he said.
Instead of an e-voting system, the IVTF recommended that in order to include overseas Pakistanis in the electorate, the ECP should introduce postal or embassy voting.
'The e-voting process can be reviewed in by-poll,' he maintained.
ISLAMABAD: Some 7.9 million Pakistanis living abroad will not be able to vote in the 2018 general elections following the Supreme Court's decision on Friday that deployment of an e-voting system in haste would be harmful.
ADX has utilised blockchain technology in e-voting services for Annual General Meetings (AGMs) of its listed companies, to provide a seamless and secure e-voting management solution.
During a recent debate in the Scottish Parliament on electronic and internet voting, Tom Arthur, who represents Renfrewshire South, spoke of the benefits that e-voting could bring.