Monday, May 17, 2004
Fed panel hears e-vote not fully reliable
Aviel D. Rubin, a computer science professor at Johns Hopkins University, summed up the testimony of several science witnesses when he criticized electronic voting systems as terrible and highly vulnerable to hackers.
"Not only have the vendors not implemented security safeguards that are possible, they have not even correctly implemented the ones that are easy," he said.
Avi Rubin's testimony (PDF) before the Federal Election Assistance Commission on May 5, 2004.