Experts tell Congress U.S. e-voting security is flawed
Security experts told Congress on Wednesday (July 19) that the federal qualification process for electronic voting machines is flawed.
"We have grave reservations about the safeguards in place with many of the computerized voting technologies being used," Eugene Spafford, chairman of the Association for Computing Machinery's Committee on Public Policy.
At the EE Times.
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