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Spying and Privacy articles on Democracy Chronicles
This Spying and Privacy section concerns how these two issues impact freedom of speech and democracy in general. The modern technology we rely on has complicated the struggle to protect citizens from government overreach, especially following increased concerns of surveillance of domestic communications. Also see our entire section on Election Technology or our articles on Technology Dissidents like Eric Snowden and Julian Assange.
Human-rights declarations and various legal instruments state that elections must be conducted by secret ballot, but silent about precisely what that means.
The state was taking a step to keep elections from being hacked in 2020. Its top election official told counties they had to update their systems.
Election security official warned top state election officials nationwide to safeguard against fraudulent emails targeting state and local election workers.
Free Speech For People files lawsuit on behalf of NEDC to uncover communications about election security from National Association of Secretaries of State.
What do we think when foreign countries get involved in elections? Here’s what new research from Washington Post says from a survey of the U.S. public.
United State intelligence officials have warned regularly that the country still remains vulnerable to another cyberattack.
Major voting machine vendor reversed course and urged Congress to pass legislation mandating paper trails for all votes as an anti-hacking protection.
Former Facebook chief security officer Alex and his colleagues have unveiled a sweeping new plan to secure U.S. electoral infrastructure.
Last-minute insertion into a bill passed with overwhelming support on final day of Florida’s legislative session keep felon voting records confidential.