Derrimut PhD student Phillip Zada researching mobile phone voting
UNE PhD student Phillip Zada is conducting research into mobile voting and has launched a public awareness campaign to identify and address the possibility of implementing a successful mobile internet e-Voting platform for Australian elections
Leader Community Newspaper
E-voting a ‘no brainer’
If waiting in long queues while being pestered to buy an over-cooked sausage in bread isn’t your ideal Saturday morning, perhaps internet voting might be right up your alley.
The Armidale Express
How close is mobile voting in elections?
As New South Wales gears up for a state election next month, the Electoral Commission will prepare around 9 million ballot papers. Twenty-thousand employees will be hired especially for the day, but one researcher is assessing the possibility of mobile...
ABC News Current Affairs
Mobile Voting has been launched as a public awareness campaign to identify and address the possibility of implementing a successful mobile internet e-Voting platform for Australian elections.
Researchers tackle mobile voting
Polling booths could be replaced by smartphones, with new research being conducted at the University of New England looking at the viability of e-voting in Australian elections.
Technology Spectator, The Daily Telegraph, The Courier Mail, The Mercury
Survey asks about ballots by mobile
RESEARCHERS at the University of New England are giving Australians an opportunity to have their say on the future of mobile e-voting.
The Northern Daily Leader
Vote with your phone, it's time.
UNIVERSITY of New England (UNE) PhD student Phillip Zada has launched a public awareness campaign to assess the possibility of an online voting system for Australian elections.
The Inverell Times
Voting could go electronic
RURAL residents are being urged to provide their thoughts on a proposal that could entirely change the way we vote.
The Daily Advertiser
Voting hits snag
The chore of heading to the polls on election day could be a thing of the past.