Discussion in 'privacy general' started by CloneRanger, Jul 28, 2011.
I tried to bring this to everyone's attention back in 2004 and 2005. No one wanted to believe or hear it. The company that owns the Accuvote, Diebold was a clear supporter and contributor to one party, an obvious conflict of interest at best. They wouldn't let anyone see the source code of that machine, claiming intellectual property. No one of consequence raised an alarm. They effectively claimed ownership of the electoral process with these machines and still no one has officially challenged its legitimacy or accuracy. Good grief, this thing ran on a Windows platform, which should tell you who else is involved in this electoral seizure. Now, 7 years after the fact and several wars later, they come up with this. We might have been able to do something about this back when it was happening, but we sat by and let a private company take control over the counting of the votes, with no accountability. Now it's way too late to take it back.
Wow, so much for democracy. A MITM hack rigged the votes .
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