VoteScam - So Easy As
To Be Laughable

There is nothing between the average American voter and a correct vote count but a secret computer program owned by a corporation that even public officials can't examine.
This gigantic flaw has attracted little attention - an exception being a notable article by Ronnie Dugger in the New Yorker some years back - but stealing an election today is as easy as it ever was except that now, instead of being ward boss, you just have to have access to the software code used to count the votes.
Governments have little or no idea as to whether these counts are rigged because the companies that provide the machines consider their codes proprietary information. And under today's rules, corporate confidentiality is considered more important that a secure election.
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