Thursday, March 28th, 2019 (No comments yet
There's still no way in Hades that I'll ever vote for McCain, but Obama has been sorely disappointing recently. First he voted for Telco immunity despite his promises to filibuster any such attempt. Now Republicans have cleverly used web technology to alert them (and us) to changes on his website. Specifically to the pages that list his policies.
Thursday, April 18th, 2019 (No comments yet
Several states are still using e-voting despite the disastrous security they provide. Because of that, voting advocacy groups have labeled six of the 24 states in the primary as being high risk for miscounts due to tampering or malfunction. Best of all, these miscounts would be undetectable due to lack of a paper record for audit or recount.
, Primary Elections
, Super Tuesday
Sunday, March 3rd, 2019 (No comments yet
According to EFF:
Colorado-based Ciber, Inc., the largest laboratory that tests software used in U.S. voting systems, has been temporarily banned from approving new systems following problems discovered last summer by the Election Assistance Commission (EAC).
The EAC found that Ciber was not following proper quality-
control procedures and could not document that it was
conducting all the required tests. Ciber's renewed petition
for accreditation is currently under EAC review.
It's such a sad, sick state of affairs that these systems were implemented with so little oversight, planning, or accountability. When all is said and done, e-voting is not ready.