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How To Steal an Election


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Ars Technica recently ran an interesting story on how to hack into election machines and steal elections. I'll admit I didn't quite make it through the whole, rather extensive piece, but seeing the video they linked to in which Princeton computer scientists show off a hacked voting machine was plenty spooky enough; Benedict Arnold ends up beating George Washington! Let it be said that these Princeton good-guy hackers would probably get Americans' blood boiling if the video had a bit more special effects, dramatic music, human faces, etc.

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