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Are Electronic Voting Machines Secure?
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Are Electronic Voting Machines Secure?

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Are Electronic Voting Machines Secure?

Are Electronic Voting Machines Secure?
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As the election season begins in earnest, guests discuss the technology of voting machines. How can designers improve security, reliability, and usability?

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Ed Felten, professor at the Department of Computer Science and director at the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University

Larry Norden, associate council director for the Voting Technology Assessment Project Brennan Center for Justice, NYU Law School

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