[LINK] New proposal for e-voting - Turnbull
cas at taz.net.au
Tue Sep 10 22:22:05 AEST 2013
On Tue, Sep 10, 2013 at 04:28:52PM +1000, Jan Whitaker wrote:
> [We didn't hear a thing about it this time, even for disabled access.
> What happened to the 'next big thing'? I'd be interested in Linkers'
> view of the security of evoting now - have things changed or is
> Diebold still sus?]
diebold is worse than suss. diebold and other commercial US voting
machines have so many security holes in them that it goes way beyond
mere incompetence - they could only have been designed deliberately that
they're in power, and they're going to make sure they stay in power from
now on, even after the australian public realise just how much they've
screwed themselves. whatever it takes. and e-voting is far easier to
manipulate in bulk than the current paper ballot system.
and they're using the same "voter fraud" lies that they used this
election to try to disenfranchise voters, and the last election. the
same kind of likes that have been used very successfully in the US for
decades to keep poor, non-anglo, and non-white people from voting.
craig sanders <cas at taz.net.au>
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