One of the things we’ve been thinking about here at Agora voting is vote inference and recurring elections:
How much information about casted votes can be inferred from analysing historical records of recurring (in particular, recurring delegation) election tallies?
Besides being an interesting problem in itself, this problem is relevant for the purposes of securing liquid democracy via parallel ongoing delegation tallies, as is our approach. Today we’d like to suggest a simple example that motivates the discussion. In the next post we will present some ideas and progress we’ve had in this area.
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