Electronic-Voting Systems Flawed, Researchers Say

The most widely used electronic-voting systems all have flaws that can be addressed relatively easily, but few states and counties have actually implemented recommended security measures, researchers concluded. Even the printing of paper records -- widely seen as a countermeasure to hacking and other attacks on ATM-like touchscreen machines -- does little good if audits aren't routinely and automatically performed, researchers said.

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