2016 Elections

Hacking Isn't the Voting System's Biggest Problem

Even if the election can’t be stolen, that doesn’t mean people will believe the results.

Clunky doesn't mean good.

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Donald Trump keeps saying that the U.S. presidential election is rigged. Unlikely as this is, the perception of a hacked vote may be more dangerous than the reality.

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