Lawmakers of both parties want more scrutiny of the companies…
Electronic “voting” systems have one purpose only: they make it easy to rig elections, hide it, and get away with it.
“Researchers who study election systems say they cannot tell the public about all the weaknesses they find, for fear of being sued if they violate non-disclosure agreements the companies have imposed.”
“You’ve got several of the biggest companies [that] won’t answer questions — basic questions — about if and how they’re securing their own computers and the voting machines that they sell to states…”
“In the end, researchers found “laughable” flaws in the machines… “…stuff that was just fundamentally insecure and fundamentally low-quality design.””
Lawmakers of both parties want more scrutiny of the companies whose equipment and software does everything from store voter data to record the vote.