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Hacking an election is about influence and disruption, not voting machines

Steve Ragan | Oct. 6, 2016
Election systems have problems, sure, but voters are the larger, softer target

"By invalidating the ability for my opponent's voters to cast their ballots, I could significantly and broadly disrupt voting and their overall voting count," Sweet said.

"I mean let's face it, have you logged in to verify that all your voter registration data is correct?"


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