|| Diebold still complete imbeciles; film at 11.
||Jan. 30th, 2004 01:52 pm|
William Arbaugh, a University of Maryland assistant professor of computer science who participated in the test, graded the system an "F,"
The company said Thursday that the study "validates" the Diebold election systems for the primary.
Check out these headlines from a search for "Diebold" on Google News:
Md. voting machines said to have flaws
E-Vote Still Flawed, Experts Say
Maryland Voting Machines Vulnerable, Firm Says
Test of Electronic Balloting System Finds Major Security Flaws
Security Poor in Electronic Voting Machines, Study Warns
Diebold devices chided
Md. computer testers cast a vote: Election boxes easy to mess with
Maryland Security Study Validates Diebold Election Systems Equipment for March Primary
Md. Vote Machines Flawed, Consultant Says
Tests of Electronic Voting Find Totals Can Be Changed
Guess which one comes from PRNewswire :-)
Don't you mean out of their asses?