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Timothy B. Lee, MS Biography

Contributor for Ars Technica and Wired.UK
Con to the question "Do Electronic Voting Machines Improve the Voting Process?"

“It is now widely recognized that old-fashioned paper ballots are a more affordable, reliable, and secure way to conduct elections. Computerised votong is increasingly seen as a fad that has worn out its welcome. But it might take another election debacle to generate the political will to retire these flawed machines.”

“Why E-Voting Is on the Decline in the United States,”, Oct. 23, 2012

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Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Contributor, Ars Technica
  • Contributor, Wired.UK and
  • Blogger, “Disruptive Economics,” Forbes
  • Author, Slate, 2008-2012
  • Contributor,, 2005-2008
  • Op-Ed Contributor, New York Times
  • Adjunct Scholar, Cato Institute
  • Co-author, RECAP Firefox plugin
  • MS, Computer Science, Princeton University, 2010
  • Undergraduate degree, University of Minnesota
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