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Smartphone Voting Is Happening, But No One Knows If It's Safe


Aug 9, 2018 12:41 PM 6+ mon ago

Online voting has major security flaws, and experts are concerned that Voatz, the platform West Virginia will use this midterm election, doesn't solve them....Read more.

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