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Hack the vote!

I’ve got a new CAMagazine column that talks about the challenges and issues with electronic voting — particularly relevant given the trends occurring worldwide as countries come to examine the potential technology. I noted that “as other aspects of our society become automated, we must ensure the integrity of our technology-bound world ….” If we’re going to do it, we need to make sure it is done right. Read Audits of the Future (PDF)

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