Wednesday, April 20, 2011
Undetectable Vote Rigging Technology Readily Available with US Election Technology
In a 2004 congressional hearing, a computer programmer, Clinton Eugene Curtis, testifies that Tom Feeney, Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, asked him to develop software that could rig election outcomes. The software is easy to develop and may have been used in Ohio. Curtis subsequently unsuccessfully ran against Curtis for his congressional seat. H/t Mairi.