Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Princeton Researcher Faces Legal Action if He Tests Voting Machine Security

This is just horrendously disturbing. What the heck do these people have to hide? Makes ya think, don't it? I hope this guy does it anyway--more attention needs to be brought to this situation.


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Really interesting...it certainly does make you think. I think we should just push for open source voting software. Just as the Declaration of Independence is openly readable as well as all the laws, why not how our voting software works. It's not like it should be proprietary or anything.





Apparently this particular voting machine can't even do basic math correctly:


http://tinyurl.com/2k3j6t





Yeah, that's pretty scary.





I re-read this article recently, and found it disturbing as well--and relevant to this type of article


http://www.gnu.org/philosophy/right-to-read.html



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