Re: Chaum's punchscan
David Wagner wrote:
I don't see it. You have approximately a 0% chance of collecting if you
just ignore the instructions and vote any way you like.
Indeed, you should always vote as the buyer says, just make sure to
maximize the chance it'll be your preferred choices and minimize the
chance it'll be what the buyer wants. He'll never find out.
Also I pointed out earlier that pattern voting attacks don't work,
since punchscan can decrypt and tally every race independently.
Not pattern voting of the chosen candidates. A pattern in the
receipt's left-right marks.
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