The world 1st national election featuring Internet voting was conducted in Estonia, a tiny ex-Soviet country located at the Northern Europe.
A total of 3.5% of registered voters or some 30,000 people casted their votes through the Internet-based polling system.
Electronic voting is gaining popularity throughout the world now. These are some examples of the electronic voting.
The main concern for e-voting will be the realiability and security of the Internet-based balloting systems in selecting the country's government.
Estonia is undergoing high-tech modernisation with high usage of online banking users as compared to the physical branches, universal availability of wireless connections in city cafes, parks and commuer trains.
The details of the e-voting process in Estonia is being discussed here.