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On Mar 1, 2019
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RT @politico: Election officials in some states and cities are planning to replace their insecure voting machines with technology that is still vulnerable to hacking https://t.co/Y0pQqHOrps
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States respond to hacking threat with vulnerable voting machines

Election officials are poised to install voting machines that experts say are still vulnerable to hacking.

On Mar 1, 2019
@NiceBastard shared
RT @politico: Election officials in some states and cities are planning to replace their insecure voting machines with technology that is still vulnerable to hacking https://t.co/Y0pQqHOrps
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States respond to hacking threat with vulnerable voting machines

Election officials are poised to install voting machines that experts say are still vulnerable to hacking.

Deny, defy, disdain: Georgia election chief adopts familiar voting security strategy

Cybersecurity experts are baffled by Georgia officials' handling of an issue that has made the state infamous.

Changes may be ahead for criticized Georgia election system

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's outdated election system has drawn criticism from cybersecurity experts and voting integrity advocates, and now a commission tasked with examining potential ...

One Little-Watched Race Has Huge Implications for Election Hacking and Voter Suppression in Georgia

A December 4 runoff for secretary of state will help determine how Georgia handles decisions around securing voting machines and purging voter rolls.

How Voting-Machine Lobbyists Undermine the Democratic Process

The practice of democracy begins with casting votes, and the integrity of democracy depends on the inclusivity of the franchise and the accurate recording of its will.

5 states will vote without paper ballots; experts want that to change

When voters go to the polls in five states, a verified paper trail will not follow them.

Exclusive: Thousands of Black Votes in Georgia Disappeared and No One Can Explain It

Voter suppression in Georgia was one of the most discussed issues during the 2018 midterm elections. Front and center in the debate stood Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, a ...

Voting Machines: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

United States elections are not evidence-based elections. Only two states, Colorado and New Mexico, conduct manual audits sufficiently robust to detect vote tally manipulation. Depending on ...

Electronic voting was going to be the future. Now paper's making a comeback

New voting systems are coming, but not as soon as you'd like.

670 ballots in a precinct with 276 voters, and other tales from Georgia’s primary

Surprising stories of voting problems in Georgia’s primary comes amid swelling public concern for the security of Georgia’s voting systems.

Georgia board endorses more electronic voting machines

The new machines would make paper receipts, but advocates of hand-marked ballots say they don’t go far enough to secure the state’s elections.