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Electronic Voting Platform Compromises Security

Toronto Condo News
Publication date:
March 23, 2022
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the issue of compromised security in electronic voting platforms, specifically the popular platform GetQuorum, used by thousands of condominium corporations in Ontario. It highlights that the platform fails to ensure confidentiality of votes until the annual general meeting, allowing for manipulation of election results. The article also raises concerns about the lack of regulations and due diligence in the adoption of electronic voting during the pandemic. The regulatory bodies, such as the Condominium Authority of Ontario and the Condominium Management Regulatory Authority of Ontario, are criticized for being toothless in preventing unethical behavior. The article concludes by calling for assurances for condo owners regarding the security of electronic voting platforms and severe consequences for those who attempt to manipulate election results.


electronic voting, compromised security, GetQuorum, condo elections, confidentiality, manipulation, regulatory bodies.

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Toronto Condo News
Electronic Voting Platform Compromises Security
March 23, 2022
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