Koko: ElectOS uses open source to restore trust in voting machines

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ElectOS uses open source to restore trust in voting machines

Failing voting technology infrastructure in the U.S. is a clear and present danger to democracy. 43 States must replace their obsolete systems by 2020, or renew existing contracts for another decade. There is no commercial incentive to innovate, making election integrity a gamble dependent on black-box proprietary systems with well-known vulnerabilities. This short video summarizes the dangers.

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