Votebox uses SSL to transmit data between the voters' browsers and our servers. 

In addition, we use end-to-end encryption so that, even after SSL decryption, your vote is still encrypted with the election key. In other words, our servers never see a vote.

Vote administrators can decide to have multiple trustees in charge of the decryption of your election. Even they all collude, they do not have the power to decrypt your individual vote and connect it with your identity. 

Votebox may, at your election administrators' discretion, serve as a trustee of your election. This does not give Votebox any power to decrypt your vote. 

When Votebox is not acting as a trustee of your election, Votebox has no power to decrypt any individual vote unless your vote administrator chooses to automatically decrypt the votes when the voting event ends.

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