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Experts question security of online vote to pick Tory leader

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Technology should not be used as it is unproven for such high-stakes elections, one security specialist says

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The Conservative party should not use online voting to pick its leader and next prime minister, cybersecurity experts have warned, as the technology is not proven for such a “high stakes” use.

For the first time, the next UK prime minister will be selected by online voters, as well as those sending paper ballots. The 160,000 Conservative party members who have a vote were offered the choice of filling in their postal ballots and returning them, or of voting online instead, using a code contained on the form.

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