Brazil’s Most Secure Voting Ever

By Sarah de Sainte Croix, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO - Brazil’s voting technology has come a long way since the first recorded election in 1532, when votes were cast in wax balls (called ‘pelouros,’) to establish who would administrate the towns and villages created by the newly-arrived Portuguese.

In 2000, when the United States presidential election unfortunately introduced the world to the term 'hanging chad,' Brazil was undertaking the first fully automated election on the planet. This year the TSE

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