Panel: Internet Voting System Not Secure

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The Internet voting system developed for use by U.S. citizens abroad is so vulnerable to attack by hackers that it should be abandoned, according to computer security experts. The experts evaluated the system at the request of the Department of Defense. Pentagon officials maintain they are confident in the system's security. Hear NPR's Pam Fessler.

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