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More voting software FUD falls flat after Trump highlights dubious data

More voting software FUD falls flat after Trump highlights dubious data Reports that Dominion Software, which provides voting tabulation tools to about half the states in the U.S., “deleted” millions of votes have been soundly rebuffed after outgoing President Trump parroted numbers from a random internet forum. Tweeting Thursday morning about baseless […]

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Twitter explains how it will handle misleading tweets about the US election results

Twitter explains how it will handle misleading tweets about the US election results Twitter recently updated its policies in advance of the U.S. elections to include specific rules that detailed how it would handle tweets making claims about election results before they were official. Today, the company offered more information about how […]

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Decrypted: Hackers show off their exploits as Black Hat goes virtual

Decrypted: Hackers show off their exploits as Black Hat goes virtual Every year hackers descend on Las Vegas in the sweltering August heat to break ground on security research and the most innovative hacks. This year was no different, even if it was virtual. To name a few: Hackers tricked an ATM […]

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Twitter pledges to dial up efforts to combat election misinformation

Twitter pledges to dial up efforts to combat election misinformation In the latest sign of US platforms bracing for the 2020 US presidential election in November, Twitter has said it will step up efforts to prevent its service from being used to target voters with false information around election participation. Earlier today […]

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We must consider secure online voting

We must consider secure online voting Amelia Powers-Gardner Contributor Share on Twitter Amelia Powers-Gardner is county clerk of Utah County in Utah and was sworn into office in January 2019. Chris Walker Contributor Chris Walker is county clerk of Jackson County in Oregon. First appointed in 2008, Chris was re-elected in 2010 […]

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Apple partners with ABC on 2020 presidential coverage in the Apple News app

Apple partners with ABC on 2020 presidential coverage in the Apple News app Apple announced today it will collaborate with ABC News on coverage of the upcoming 2020 U.S. presidential election in its Apple News app. The efforts will kick off with the Democratic primary debate on February 7, 2020, in New Hampshire, and […]

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Apple News launches a guide to the 2020 Democratic candidates and debates

Apple News launches a guide to the 2020 Democratic candidates and debates Apple today is introducing a new section in its Apple News application for iOS, iPad and Mac that’s designed to familiarize voters with the 20 U.S. Democratic presidential candidates ahead of the first Democratic debates hosted on June 26 and […]

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How to stream U.S. elections coverage if you don’t have TV

How to stream U.S. elections coverage if you don’t have TV You don’t need a TV to tune in to live coverage of the U.S. elections results today – and you don’t have to have Hulu or another live TV streaming service, either. Today, YouTube announced a list of news organizations that will […]

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Texas has a long history of problems with Hart eSlate voting machines

Texas has a long history of problems with Hart eSlate voting machines During early voting in some Texas counties, a handful of voters reported seeing their straight-ticket votes changed to endorse the opposing party. Others reported that an issue with the voting machines appeared to remove any selection for U.S. Senate altogether. […]

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Take ten seconds now to make sure you’re registered to vote

Take ten seconds now to make sure you’re registered to vote Fellow citizens! An important election is approaching, and you should vote in it. But are you registered? Are you sure? Why don’t you take ten seconds now to check? Maybe you moved recently and the notices are going to your old […]

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