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An interesting note about Georgia election technology


UncoverDCA key takeaway from the briefing was the logistical and technical issues that plagued the county before the polls opened. When asked by Corbitt how they solved the technical glitches, Barron replied that using large amounts of technology lends itself to problems, but the new equipment enabled them to log in to the poll pads and fix problems remotely.

That's capability will also enable the admins (and hackers) to alter vote counts in any number of ways.

National FileAs the nation is focused on the lack of system security in the 2020 General Election, now comes news that not only did Dominion Voting Systems have access to the entirety of the Chicago voting system and database, they had that access for over half a year.

In a March 2020 video of an emergency meeting of the Chicago Election Board (CEB), that body approved a motion to provide Dominion Voting Systems the right and capability to remotely access their machines in an administrative role during the 2020 election.

Eric Coomer, the Director of Product Strategy & Security for Dominion Voting Systems, was a full participant on the call suggesting that, from the start, Dominion was the one running the elections in Chicago, the thirds-largest city in the United States and one that glows cobalt blue in its politics.

It looks like giving Dominion's biased employees remote access from home was standard practice.

This entry was published Tue Dec 01 08:16:27 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2020-12-01 08:16:27.0. [Tweet]

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