Internet voting (sometimes referred to as i-voting, as distinct from the broader concept of e-voting, which refers to electronic vote counting and recording) is a much more radical departure from traditional procedures than either of the two above options, as it allows electors to vote from home, without having to visit a polling station. For this reason, it presents specific benefits and risks, and remains highly controversial; several countries have piloted online voting, but Estonia is the only country to use it for all categories of voter in national elections.