A study by researchers at the University of Michigan concludes that new voting equipment, known as ballot marking devices, are vulnerable to foreign hacking. In the study, only 40% of voters checked…

Derek Cressman

A study by researchers at the University of Michigan concludes that new voting equipment, known as ballot marking devices, are vulnerable to foreign hacking. In the study, only 40% of voters checked to see if the machine had correctly recorded their vote and only 7% alerted election officials when there was an error. The researchers recommended hand-marked ballots as a more secure alternative.

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