Friday, September 15, 2006

How To Steal an Election With a Diebold Machine in Under a Minute

Princeton researchers came up with inventive ways of stealing votes with Diebold voting machines. Here's the video (10 minutes). Scary.

Hat tip: Glenn Reynolds

1 comment:

TN Rambler said...

This is indeed scary. The solution proposed by some that would provide a printed ballot that would need to be confirmed by the voter would only be a solution if there was a manual recount. What would prevent malicious software from showing the voter one result on the printout (similar to a cash register journal tape) and giving a grand total with a very different result?