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California e-voting machines have more holes than Swiss cheese
The Register - Sun Jul 29, 2007
Hackers hired to evaluate the security of e-voting machines used in California found serious flaws that could allow for vote tampering in all three systems studied. More»

Are Voter Registration Drives Being Put Out of Business?
AlterNet - Tue Jul 24, 2007
In 2004, Floridians overwhelmingly voted to raise their state minimum wage after low-income advocates collected ballot petition signatures, registered thousands of new voters and turned out the vote. More»

Will Electronic Voting Reform Create New Ways to Steal Elections?
AlterNet - Sun Jun 3, 2007
This week, the House is expected to pass the first-ever bill regulating electronic voting. More»

$82 Buys E-Voting Secrets
Wired - Thu Feb 15, 2007
For a mere $82 a computer scientist and electronic voting critic managed to purchase five $5,000 Sequoia electronic voting machines over the internet last month from a government auction site. More»

Will The Next Election Be Hacked?
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. - Sat Sep 23, 2006
The debacle of the 2000 presidential election made it all too apparent to most Americans that our electoral system is broken. More»

Dell to Double Indian Workforce
BBC - Mon Mar 20, 2006
Computer giant Dell plans to double its Indian workforce to 20,000 over the next three years. More»

Google Ordered to Hand Over Data
BBC - Sat Mar 18, 2006
A federal judge has ordered internet search engine Google to turn over some search data, including 50,000 web addresses, to the US government. More»

'Cyber Storm' Tests US Defences
BBC - Sat Feb 11, 2006
Vital US infrastructure including power grids and banking systems have been put under simulated attack in a week-long security exercise called Cyber Storm. More»

Microsoft Refutes Windows 'Back Door' Claim
TechWeb News - Tue Jan 17, 2006
Microsoft has denied allegations that the Windows Meta File bug is actually a "back door" planted by the company's developers so they could secretly access users' PCs. More»

Annoy someone online - two years in jail?
ZDNet - Sun Jan 8, 2006
It's no joke - Last Thursday, President Bush signed into law a prohibition on posting annoying Web messages or sending annoying e-mail messages without disclosing your true identity. More»

Powerful Government Accountability Office report confirms key 2004 stolen election findings
The Free Press - Tue Oct 25, 2005
As a legal noose appears to be tightening around the Bush/Cheney/Rove inner circle, a shocking government report shows the floor under the legitimacy of their alleged election to the White House is crumbling. More»

Cisco pours investment into India
BBC - Tue Oct 18, 2005
Cisco Systems, the world's biggest maker of internet equipment, plans to inject $1bn (£626m) of investment into India over the next three years. More»

The NASA hacker: Scapegoat or public enemy?
ZD Net - Tue Jul 12, 2005
Gary McKinnon has a lot to worry about. More»

ChoicePoint Wins Big Brother Award
Wired - Sun Apr 17, 2005
A data broker that sold personal information to identity thieves, an elementary school that tried to track students with radio-frequency ID tags and a consulting firm that helped orchestrate an invasive traveler-monitoring system all received honors this week from privacy rights advocates. More»

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