Diebold's Faulty Voting Machines

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Aug 25, 2008   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: techdirt & engadget
Let's hope this scenario doesn't become a trend. The company that may have put President Bush in office because of programming errors has finally admitted they have had a problem for ten years. Diebold, now renamed Premier Election Solutions, has finally admitted votes disappeared when transferred from memory to a central location. The flaw was on both their optical scan and touchscreen machines.

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