GA election officials trying to block open records requests for election machines
There's some truth to the idea that providing copies of software used and exact versions & patches applied has security implications, but after the election those security implications seem very minimal. At worst, such requests (aside from copies of the software itself, which is probably protected by vendor's copyright, unless the agreements made it available) should be delayed until after the January 5th runoff. After that, there's no real reason that the software versions and patches on the election machines at the time the elections were run should not be made available.
So... what is there to hide here?
This entry was published Mon Dec 21 19:36:43 CST 2020 by TriggerFinger
and last updated 2020-12-21 19:36:43.0.