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  •  Election officials don't have to reveal hacking (none)
    All they have to do is diagnose it as a "glitch" (with the eager cooperation of the vendor, who has a vested interest in not looking like they were hacked).

    The election official quietly does away with the "glitched" data and replaces it with the "corrected" data.

    There is no acceptable rationale for counter-hacking an election.

    Besides, the real risk and problem is, was, and always has been inside access. Whoever gets to the data last wins. And that will always be the insiders.

    •  Agree with Bev (none)
      Thanks for your even-keeled advice -- and for all your superb work on ballot integrity, the single most important issue in terms of priorities in our democracy today. You are to be commended profoundly as are all those on this thread and elsewhere working to preserve clean voting.

      "It's 1776 all over again" -- J.W.P. (after Yogi Berra, in the spirit of Tom Paine)

      by wardlow on Sun Feb 19, 2006 at 08:06:19 PM PST

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