From the Scytl website:
http://www.scytl.com/en/news_2012.htmlApril 16, 2012
Scytl provides BALLOTsafe to Mississippi’s Military and Overseas Voters
Scytl and Election Systems & Software (ES&S) have successfully provided their groundbreaking BALLOTsafe™ technology to the State of Mississippi during the state’s March 13 Primary elections. BALLOTsafe’s implementation in Mississippi offered many innovations, including full ballot access for U.S. military & overseas voters and blank ballot delivery & marking via iPad, tablet or computer. Scytl and ES&S have been working together with election jurisdictions throughout the past year - including Mississippi - to develop and implement innovative, new solutions to help election officials meet the requirements of the Military and Overseas Voter Empowerment (MOVE) Act of 2009, a law enacted to help members of the military serving overseas and citizens who live abroad vote in U.S. elections.
http://www.westernjournalism.com/spa...s-in-november/SCYTL itself is a leader in internet voting technology and in 2010 was involved in modernizing election systems for the midterm election in 14 American states.
But although SCYTL’s self-proclaimed reputation for security had won the company the Congressionally approved task of handling internet voting for American citizens and members of the military overseas, upon opening the system for use in the District of Columbia, the University of Michigan fight song “The Victors” was suddenly heard after the casting of each ballot. The system had been hacked by U of M computer teachers and students in response to a challenge by SCYTL that anyone who wished to do so, might try!
Nevertheless, in spite of warnings by experts across the nation, American soldiers overseas will once again vote via the internet in 2012. And because SCYTL will control the method of voting and—thanks to the purchase of SOE–the method of counting the votes as well, there “…will be no ballots, no physical evidence, no way for the public to authenticate who actually cast the votes…or the count.”