E-passport is becoming to be known as the "biometric passport," and essentially consists of a microchip, as well as a radiofrequency identification tag and miniature antennae, in which the biometric information can be transmitted to the e-passport reader in the destination country. The primary advantages of using the e-voting technology are that the votes can be processed quickly, and the total number of popular votes can be counted with much more accuracy than with the traditional, manual methods. The use of e-voting technology provides much accurate results as opposed to the traditional voting processes. The use of an e-voting infrastructure can actually result in great cost savings for the government of any nation. With e-voting technologies, there are electronic audit trails incorporated into the system in order to ensure the integrity and the nonfraudulent activities of the entire voting process.