Politics & Government

March 24, 2009 3:53 PM

Most electronic voting isn't secure, CIA expert says

The CIA, which has been monitoring foreign countries' use of electronic voting systems, has reported apparent vote-rigging schemes in Venezuela, Macedonia and Ukraine and a raft of concerns about the machines' vulnerability to tampering.

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