“State election officials opt for 2020 voting machines vulnerable to hacking”

Politico reports on Georgia, Delaware, and Philadelphia’s plans to buy ballot-marking devices that “allow voters to use a touchscreen to select their choices” and then “print a slip of paper with the vote both displayed in plain text and embedded in a barcode,” something that some security experts say could allow manipulation of the barcodes without voters noticing.

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