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As President Trump continues to make unfounded claims of widespread election fraud, 59 of the world’s foremost consultants on digital voting are hitting again, saying that current allegations of precise voting machine hacking “have been unsubstantiated or are technically incoherent.”
Monday’s letter got here after nearly two weeks of baseless and unfounded claims from Trump and a few of his supporters that this month’s presidential election had been “rigged” in favor of President-elect Joe Biden. On Thursday, Trump began a brand new spherical of disinformation when he took to Twitter to say that polling machines made by Dominion Voting deleted 2.7 million Trump votes across the nation.
Vulnerabilities aren’t exploits
Over the weekend, Trump tweeted a video from final 12 months’s Defcon hacker conference. It confirmed attendees collaborating in an occasion known as the voting machine hacking village. Organizers of the occasion held it to lift consciousness concerning the significance of safety in digital voting. A number of the occasion organizers have been beside themselves that Trump was utilizing the video as innuendo that voting machine hacking performed a job within the outcomes of this month’s election, or in any election ever, for that matter.Learn 7 remaining paragraphs | Feedback
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