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Florida's Online Voter Registration

Negative Comments Surrounding Florida’s Online Voter Registration Stir Officials

It would seem that even after an understood push back of implementation date and all of the physical proof surrounding the safety and viability of Florida’s online voter registration there still seems to be educated people out there that do not truly understand the nature of the work that goes into securing any kind of […]

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Follow My Vote & The Pirate Party Make Plans For The Future Of Voting

Our Founder & CEO, Adam Kaleb Ernest, was recently invited overseas to attend a national summit meeting for the Pirate Party of Norway, as a way to introduce Follow My Vote’s new and innovative verifiable online voting platform to Pirate Party members and citizens of Norway. The Pirate Party exists across 6 continents and in approximately 61 countries […]

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Inside Bitcoins

Inside Bitcoins Las Vegas

Follow My Vote attended the Inside Bitcoins conference, which took place October 5th-7th in Las Vegas, Nevada, to network and listen to keynote speeches from industry leaders. Some of the more memorable speeches were from Dan Larimer, Patrick Byrne, and Bobby Lee. Dan Larimer, founder of BitShares, gave a keynote speech called “Bitcoin and Beyond”. In […]

Events Updates

Success at Virginia Tech’s Gobblerfest

To kickoff each fall semester, Virginia Tech hosts an event called Gobblerfest to welcome the incoming freshman class and encourage them to learn about various clubs and extracurricular activities available to students. At Gobblerfest, clubs and organizations setup booths and hand out information about why students should join their respective club. The diversity of clubs at […]

Events Legislation

DC Court of Appeals Strikes Down Net Neutrality Rules: What this means for the internet user

This past week marked an important landmark in Internet legislation as The D.C. Court of Appeals struck down the FCC’s ruling that prohibited Internet providers, like Verizon and AT&T, from blocking any legal information or access on their network. This notion is based on the concept of open Internet rules, which demand that providers remain […]