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US Voters Consider Russia the Largest Security Risk to Elections
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Joe Stanganelli
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Joe Stanganelli,
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7/14/2017 | 2:57:05 PM
Re: Once again the focus is wrong
Indeed. Cybersecurity of actual voting systems is important, and cybersecurity in general is important, but this stuff was no more "election hacking" than any other scandal involving a "smoking email". Mark Foley comes to mind.
geriatric
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geriatric,
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7/14/2017 | 5:22:14 AM
Re: US Interest
Exactly! And which candidate did the Russians want in 2008 and 2012?
geriatric
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geriatric,
User Rank: Moderator
7/14/2017 | 5:21:17 AM
Re: Once again the focus is wrong
Hear, hear!

Besides, people forget that rock music was the communist plot to overthrow America.
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decornel,
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7/13/2017 | 2:19:35 PM
Once again the focus is wrong

If politicians are ethical, honest, and treat people fairly then who cares.  Unethical content in Emails has more to do with corrupt politicians.  We need to make sure our voting system cannot be manipulated.  Emails being release at the last minute by a group is not an election security risk!

jenshadus
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jenshadus,
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7/13/2017 | 12:56:39 PM
US Interest
And the US has never dabbled in foreign elections?


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