Researcher Lisa Bennett explains the influence of NGOs (Non-Governmental Organizations) in our elections. The government’s push for increased voting options (ie mail-in ballots) is a ploy to phase out physical voting and get citizens voting from their phones (lots of technical vulnerabilities). Voting remotely from phones opens voters up to numerous vulnerabilities, such as the possibility of data being tampered with. Phone votes are also difficult to audit. The incident with Eugene Yu and his company Konnech should be enough to prove that mobile voting is a terrible idea. The National Association of Election Officials is an NGO whose goal is to shift completely to mail-in ballots. Listen to the full interview in the first hour.
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