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To Protect Voting, Use Open-Source Software

ELECTION SECURITY THREATS ARE AN URGENT ISSUE. THERE’S A SOLUTION.

Although Russian hackers are reported to have tried to disrupt the November election with attacks on the voting systems of 39 states, the consensus of the intelligence community is that they were probably unsuccessful in their efforts to delete and alter voter data. But another national election is just 15 months away, and the

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