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Sydney Powell's defense in the $1.3 billion Dominion lawsuit may be used against her in Michigan sanctions effort

Sidney Powell. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Michigan's attorney general said Powell made "stunning admissions" in the Dominion lawsuit. The state said those admissions should be further reason to sanction Powell. Powell and others are facing defamation lawsuits for claims made about 2020 election fraud. See more stories on Insider's business page. Sidney Powell's defense in the $1.3 billion Dominion Voting Syste...
Tags: Politics, News, Trends, Joe Biden, Wisconsin, Michigan, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Defamation, Forbes, Trump, Sidney Powell, Powell, Dominion, Dana Nessel, Nessel


Voting Machine Manufacturer Dominion Sues Sidney Powell for $1.3 Billion

On Friday, Dominion released the Kraken on former Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell. For months, Powell has made numerous conspiratorial allegations against the voting machine manufacturer—in public and in court. Now, Dominion is accusing Powell of defamation and seeking $1.3 billion in damages. Read more...
Tags: Lawsuit, Science, Conspiracy Theory, Trump, Kraken, Sidney Powell, Powell, Dominion, Voting Machines, Voting Machine Manufacturer Dominion


Former Overstock.com CEO says he's 'funding a team of hackers and cybersleuths' in an attempt to prove that Trump won the presidential election

Former Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne. Steven Ferdman/Getty Images Former Overstock.com CEO Patrick Byrne said he's financing "a team of hackers and cybersleuths" in an attempt to uncover evidence of voter fraud, according to The Daily Beast. Byrne, who stepped down from his position at Overstock last year, has described the 2020 presidential election as "rigged" against President Donald Trump, but has yet to offer any concrete evidence of voter fraud. In recent days, Byrne has gone on a ...
Tags: Politics, White House, US, Trends, Joe Biden, Cybersecurity, Donald Trump, Overstock.com, Trump, Sidney Powell, Powell, NewsMax, Byrne, Hugo Chavez, Electoral College, Overstock


Trump indirectly admits he lost the presidential election by tweeting Biden 'won' but says 'I concede nothing'

President Donald Trump. Getty President Donald Trump on Sunday for the first time seemingly admitted that he lost the 2020 presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden in a series of early morning tweets. "He won because the Election was Rigged," Trump wrote, referring to Biden. Since Biden was declared president-elect, Trump has not conceded to Biden and his administration has refused to cooperate with the Biden transition team. "I concede NOTHING!" he tweeted hours after saying Bid...
Tags: Politics, Texas, Voting, Trends, Joe Biden, Pennsylvania, Fox News, Michigan, Biden, Donald Trump, Jesse Watters, Presidential Election, Trump, Donald J Trump, Watters, Electoral College


Trump indirectly admits he lost the presidential election by tweeting Biden 'won because the election was rigged'

President Donald Trump. Getty President Donald Trump on Sunday for the first time seemingly admitted that he lost the 2020 presidential election to President-elect Joe Biden in a series of early morning tweets. "He won because the Election was Rigged," Trump wrote, referring to Biden. Since Biden was declared president-elect, Trump has not conceded to Biden and his administration has refused to cooperate with the Biden transition team. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Pr...
Tags: Politics, Texas, Voting, Trends, Joe Biden, Fox News, Biden, Donald Trump, Jesse Watters, Presidential Election, Trump, Donald J Trump, Watters, Electoral College, Dominion, Voter Fraud


No, There Isn't a ‘Glitch’ in Michigan Election Software That Flipped Thousands of Trump Votes

Dispelling every bullshit election conspiracy that’s inundated the internet this week would be a full-time job in and of itself, but one particularly insidious theory has blown up to such a ridiculous degree that it deserves to be set straight.Read more...
Tags: Science, Voting, Michigan, Trump, Trump Administration, Voting Machines, 2020 Election, Voting Infrastructure


No, There's Isn't a ‘Glitch’ in Michigan Election Software That Flipped Thousands of Trump Votes

Dispelling every bullshit election conspiracy that’s inundated the internet this week would be a full-time job in and of itself, but one particularly insidious theory has blown up to such a ridiculous degree that it deserves to be set straight.Read more...
Tags: Science, Voting, Michigan, Trump, Trump Administration, Voting Machines, 2020 Election, Voting Infrastructure


Anatomy of an Election ‘Meltdown’ in Georgia

New voting machines and the pandemic exacerbated distrust of the state’s oversight of elections and voter access. What does this mean for November?
Tags: News, Georgia, Computer Security, Brad, Primaries and Caucuses, Cyberwarfare and Defense, Voting Machines, Presidential Election of 2020, Absentee Voting, Raffensperger, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Dominion Voting Systems Corp


What It’s Been Like to Vote in 2020 So Far

Long lines. Pizza at the polls. Absentee ballots that never showed up. And that’s just the warm-up to November.
Tags: Elections, Texas, News, California, Georgia, Wisconsin, Black People, Primaries and Caucuses, Voting Machines, Presidential Election of 2020, Absentee Voting


A Winner on Election Day in November? Don’t Count on It

The lack of race results in New York and Kentucky this week is a prelude for the presidential election, as officials strain to deal with a deluge of absentee ballots and a jumble of voting deadlines.
Tags: New York, News, Kentucky, Biden, Trump, Donald J, Joseph R Jr, Voting Machines, Presidential Election of 2020, Absentee Voting, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


How Worried Should You Be About the 2020 Election?

Twenty years after Bush v. Gore, a bigger crisis could be coming.
Tags: Elections, News, Georgia, Gore, Trump, Bush, Democratic Party, Donald J, Voting Machines, Presidential Election of 2020, Voting and Voters, Debatable


Georgia Havoc Raises New Doubts on Pricey Voting Machines

Long before this week’s election chaos, experts had warned Georgia about its over $100 million voting system, saying paper ballots were simpler and safer.
Tags: Elections, News, Georgia, Brad, Voting Machines, Voting and Voters, Raffensperger, Dominion Voting Systems


‘Democracy Is in Play’: What to Know About Protests in the Dominican Republic

After officials suspended a national vote over problems in their electronic voting machines, Dominicans took to the streets in protest.
Tags: Elections, News, Demonstrations, Dominican Republic, Organization of American States, Politics And Government, Protests and Riots, Voting Machines


The Only Safe Election Is a Low-Tech Election

The Iowa caucus debacle proved that a 21st century election requires 19th century technology.
Tags: News, Iowa, Computer Security, Start-ups, Democratic Party, Shadow, Computers and the Internet, Acronym, United States Politics and Government, Mobile Applications, Primaries and Caucuses, Voting Machines


West Virginia Plans to Allow Mobile Voting for Disabled People in 2020 Race

While e-voting still has a lot of the U.S. nervous and fretting about cybersecurity concerns, West Virginia is planning to roll out the mobile voting technology to even more residents. Governor Jim Justice aims to sign a bill next week requiring that all counties provide an online ballot option to voters with…Read more...
Tags: Science, Voting, West Virginia, Online, Jim Justice, Voting Machines, Online Voting, Voting Infrastructure


F.B.I. Vows to Notify State Officials of Any Election Systems Breaches

The change in policy came after an outcry about how federal law enforcement officials handled a Russian hack of two Florida counties’ voter rolls.
Tags: Florida, News, Russia, Federal Bureau of Investigation, United States Politics and Government, Cyberwarfare and Defense, Voter Registration and Requirements, Voting Machines, States (US


‘The State Kind of Dumped This On Us:’ Early Voting Stirs Anxiety in N.Y.

Think of the perils of an Election Day: broken voting machines, endless lines, frantic calls to extend voting hours. Now, imagine nine days of that.
Tags: News, New York State, Politics And Government, Voting Machines, Voting and Voters, Board of Elections (NYS, Board of Elections (NYC


Early Voting Is Set to Start in New York. What Could Go Wrong?

Think of the perils of an Election Day: broken voting machines, endless lines, frantic calls to extend voting hours. Now, imagine nine days of that.
Tags: New York, News, New York State, Politics And Government, Voting Machines, Voting and Voters, Board of Elections (NYS, Board of Elections (NYC




Florida Governor says the FBI told him how the Russians hacked Florida voting machines, but swore him to secrecy

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis says that after the Mueller Report was published, the FBI came to him to explain its conclusion that at least two Florida county's voting machines were hacked by Russians during the 2016 election, but that they swore him to secrecy so he can't reveal which counties and which machines were hacked. Years of case law suggests that confidentiality agreements signed by Florida government officials aren’t enforceable because of the state’s broad public records law...
Tags: Post, Florida, News, Fbi, Feebs, 2016 Elections, Petersen, Miami Herald, Tampa Bay Times, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Verified Voting, Nondisclosure Agreements, Voting Machines, Tim Cushing TechDirt, Mueller report


What It Takes to Run an Election for India

The Election Commission of India runs the elections. A former head of the federal body explains how it is done.
Tags: Elections, News, India, Social Media, Election Commission of India, Politics And Government, Voting Machines, Legislatures and Parliaments


What It Takes to Pull Off India’s Gargantuan Election

More than 900 million people — over 10 percent of the world’s population — could head to the polls over several weeks. The government is committed to polling every voter, no matter how isolated.
Tags: Elections, News, India, Voting Machines, Voting and Voters


To Pull Off India’s Election, It Takes an Army of Workers (and an Actual Army)

More than 900 million people — over 10 percent of the world’s population — could head to the polls over several weeks. The government is committed to polling every voter, no matter how isolated.
Tags: Elections, News, India, Voting Machines, Voting and Voters, Army of Workers, Actual Army


To Pull Off India’s Election, It Takes an Army of Camels, Elephants and Workers (and an Actual Army)

More than 900 million people — over 10 percent of the world’s population — could head to the polls over several weeks. The government is committed to polling every voter, no matter how isolated.
Tags: Elections, News, India, Voting Machines, Voting and Voters


Congo Votes, Amid Ebola Crisis and Problems at Polls, After Years’ Delay

The long-delayed vote to replace Congo’s leader of 18 years, Joseph Kabila, was marred by torrential rains, lost voter rolls and malfunctioning machines.
Tags: Elections, News, Congo, Ebola Virus, Joseph, Joseph Kabila, Kabila, Politics And Government, Martin Fayulu, Voting Machines, Democratic Republic of (Congo-Kinshasa, Emmanuel Ramazani Shadary


My Country Is Sliding Toward Chaos

In the days before Congo’s elections, President Joseph Kabila’s forces have brazenly attacked and killed peaceful opposition supporters.
Tags: Elections, News, Africa, European Union, Congo, Joseph, Joseph Kabila, Kabila, Tshisekedi, Etienne, Democratic Republic of, Third World and Developing Countries, Refugees and Displaced Persons, Human Rights and Human Rights Violations, Voting Machines, Democratic Republic of (Congo-Kinshasa


How to Save Congo From Chaos?

In the days before the country’s elections, President Joseph Kabila’s forces have brazenly attacked and killed peaceful opposition supporters.
Tags: Elections, News, Africa, European Union, Congo, Joseph, Joseph Kabila, Kabila, Tshisekedi, Etienne, Democratic Republic of, Third World and Developing Countries, Refugees and Displaced Persons, Human Rights and Human Rights Violations, Voting Machines, Democratic Republic of (Congo-Kinshasa


He’s Handing Over the Presidency but Not Necessarily His Power

Forced out by term limits after 17 years, President Joseph Kabila says he would accept an opposition victory in elections this month. But many expect he’ll return in five years.
Tags: Elections, News, Congo, Joseph, Treasury Department, Joseph Kabila, Kabila, Medvedev, Mobutu Sese Seko, Voting Machines, Democratic Republic of (Congo-Kinshasa, Dmitri A, Term Limits (Political Office


Voting Problems Surface as Americans Go to the Polls

Among the areas experiencing problems were polling places in Georgia as Election Day voting began in the race for governor between Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams.
Tags: Elections, News, Georgia, Governors, Abrams, Kemp, Brian Kemp, Brian P, Voting Machines, Midterm Elections (2018, Gwinnett County (Ga, Stacey Y


Unisyn voting machine manual instructs election officials to use and recycle weak passwords

No one knows who wrote this Unisyn optical vote-counting machine manual that has appeared in multiple sites served by the California-based vendor, but only because Unisyn won't comment on whether they wrote it. The manual instructs voting officials to circumvent federal voting guidelines by using weak passwords for voting machines, and then by cycling back and forth between passwords when the federally mandated password-change prompts come up. It also instructs them to create new passwords...
Tags: Security, Post, Elections, News, California, Passwords, Infosec, Verified Voting, Voting Machines, Kim Zetter Motherboard, Unisyn, Voting Machine Manual Instructed Election