Paperless Elections No Good

by | Sep 20, 2006

As we fast approach the mid-term election, Princeton University has bad news regarding the integrity of voting machines used in precincts throughout this land. Princeton computer scientists studied Diebold voting machines and found that they can easily be hacked and an election thrown all in a matter of seconds. A paper trail would help safeguard against this malfeasance, but the machine in question leaves no such evidence.