Even though we are living in a world that is constantly becoming more technological, there are still many countries that use a paper voting system. This requires voters to mark an X on the voting paper, which lists the different parties, by using a pencil; once this process is completed, the voting paper is put in a sealed ballot box. Once the polling process is closed, the same voting paper is retrieved and somebody else will interpret the assigned vote.
Even the electoral certificate, identity document and register for the voting control are, in some cases, in hardcopy formats.
It should also be noted that, many times, there are some accusations related to vote rigging, which leads to a recount of the various contested votes…

It would be much more comfortable to go to the polling station without finding any long queues and to gain immediate access to a polling booth by confirming the personal document by means of the digital fingerprint and to vote for the party/candidate by means of a touchscreen.
PrivacyCard can make this process much simpler, more secure and faster.
In addition, all those persons that cannot physically go to the polling stations or who are away or abroad will be able to exercise their voting right. In these cases, the ballot box will go to them or they would be able to vote remotely online or even go to the nearest electoral polling station by simply using their biometric card.
In addition, the card will not allow voting in multiple polling stations during the same electoral round …

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