Some interesting questions were put forward in a recent article at the local Los Angeles City Watch by Jeff Page, also known as GENERAL JEFF:
Did the City of Los Angeles even understand what blockchain voting was? Why were City officials so eager to use something sight unseen considering all the many problems with online voting in past neighborhood council elections? The email exchange also shows that there was no due diligence done by the City with regard to the “Votem system”.
With Votem now teetering on the brink of bankruptcy, or at the very least undergoing drastic cutbacks and loss of personnel, does anyone actually think that the sensitive information they uploaded into cyberspace to prove their Stakeholdership is safe? Did NC Stakeholders really know where they were sending things such as SCANNED DRIVER’S LICENSES when they registered to vote online?