A Tennessee voting machine brought to the annual DEF CON hacking conference in Las Vegas this week was cracked wide open, revealing personally identifiable information on some 650,000 people who voted on Election Day. The machine was purchased legally, after it was decommissioned by election officials. But according to......
Hackers show flaws in US voting, extract 650K identities from machine bought on eBay – One World Identity
A Tennessee voting machine brought to the annual DEF CON hacking conference in Las Vegas this week was cracked wide open, revealing personally identifiable...Read More
In a potentially major data breach, a security researcher found that personal information of some 198 million U.S. voters, including ethnicity, religion and political...Read More
Hong Kong may be facing the largest data breach in its history, after personal information on all of the territory’s 3.7 million registered voters...Read More
The U.S. Department of Justice this week changed course under the new Trump administration, backing away from its opposition to a law in Texas...Read More