Georgia’s plan to delay a software update on voting equipment until after the next election has drawn criticism over security concerns.
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This year, Philadelphia voters will choose a new mayor. When they head to the polls in May’s primary election, they’ll see something else new.
Due to high cost of eradicating misinformation, voting machine pending makers are obliged to boost spending on litigation and PR.
America’s democracy appears to fall short of Brazil’s where the results of the most recent election were announced same day.
After 19 years of building, tinkering, and testing, he told Undark this spring, he had finally invented “the most secure voting technology ever.”
A largely overlooked hacking target that could help those who want to sow doubt about vote tallies in the November midterms.
How Americans vote – and the equipment they use – varies widely, and some methods are more vulnerable to efforts to shake that trust.
BMDs have been challenged for creating security risk to elections. The trade-off between benefits and risks must be carefully weighed.
Software flaws in electronic voting equipment from a key vendor used in at least 16 states make them vulnerable to hackers.
It took a false election controversy to persuade Mississippi politicians and election officials of the real possibility of a rigged election, ironic.