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A bombshell revelation on the security of voting in the United States surfaced in the form of a letter from the country’s largest voting machine manufacturer. The company, Election Systems and Software (ES&S) admitted that despite denying previous allegations of its voting systems coming installed with remote-access software, their systems did, indeed, allow for remote connections.
In a letter to Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR), written in April, but only released this week, the company acknowledged that it had installed software that made the systems remotely accessible from anywhere.
originally posted by: beyondknowledge
In my opinion, we should all go back to paper ballots that remain physically intact for hand recounts if necessary. Pencil marked or punched doesn't matter but they are tremendously more reliable than touch here to cast vote.
Every voter must have a valid id before voting and make every vote correctly count as the voter intended.
originally posted by: tinktinktink
This video was posted in 2006 on youtube. This accusation sounds like a hit piece. For one, any software of this sort being requested or developed would be protected by mountains of non-dislosure contracts. It is quite clear this is another "he raped me 20 yrs ago but I cant prove it and my friends dont remember either". Politicians without a doubt are dirty and the system is definately compromised with some places reporting over 100 percent of the possible vote.
Also if the accusation held merit the mainstream and democrat party would have made this very public with years of investigations.