December 15, 2005
A vote that should have been Yes:2 No:6 was hacked in a demonstration to come out Yes:7 No:1 with only moderate level access to the voting machine (in an election, thousands would have such access), no password, and equipment that can be bought for a couple of hundred dollars off the internet. The hacked vote was not detected on the voting machine and not on upload to the tabulation system, either!Without a verifiable paper trail (which Diebolt voting machines do not provide) such a hack would go undetected in a real election. It's just like Josef Stalin said: "Those who cast the votes decide nothing; those who count the votes decide everything." Read all about the Diebolt Voting Machines Hack at BlackBoxVoting.org
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