A bipartisan group of six senators has introduced legislation that would take a huge step toward securing elections in the United States. Called the Secure Elections Act, the bill aims to eliminate insecure paperless voting machines from American elections while promoting routine audits that would dramatically reduce the danger of interference from foreign governments.

Who knows if this will be enacted, but a system of purely digital voting is impossible to audit, and impossible to detect tampering of. It’s time we move to a much more secure and verifiable voting system.

Source: New bill could finally get rid of paperless voting machines – Ars Technica

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