191 Million US Voter Registration Records Leaked In Mystery Database

We found it interesting that a lot of the opponents of internet voting hinge their main argument around the fact that voting from home “compromises people’s privacy”.

We have bigger issues right now.  Buildings turning to dust. Gov employees using secret servers. Reality stars running as leaders.

A few outliers who may have issues voting from their homes because their spouse are codependent, should not stop internet voting. This is a conceptual argument that shouldn’t stop the USA form being great again.

This week, a hacker leaks 191,000,000 people’s voting information. At this point the USA is going to get screwed with vote schemers and fraudsters, so the USA needs to put on their big boy pants and start using a modern, ethical voting system that doesn’t allow war mongers, schemers, and war criminals, to steal the election every few years. Internet voting now.

Source article: http://www.forbes.com/sites/thomasbrewster/2015/12/28/us-voter-database-leak/

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Pentagon unit still hides Internet voting test results, 3 years later…

If you need any more proof that the US government is not supportive of internet voting, or using an auditable voting system,  read this article.

Source of article:

http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/article24774049.html

“A nonprofit watchdog group is suing an obscure Defense Department unit over its failure for three years to disclose the results of testing on the security safeguards of Internet voting systems that are increasingly being used to cast absentee ballots.

The future holds blockchain based voting systems

Source of article here:  http://bravenewcoin.com/news/factom-dreams-of-a-new-generation-of-blockchain-based-voting-systems/

“The transparent and decentralized nature of the blockchain network enables the development of a non-refutable, and unbreakable record of data, which can be applied to a diverse range of verification and authentication solutions.

Throughout the year established financial institutions, banks, governments, law enforcement agencies and leading educational organizations have disbursed millions of dollars researching these applications.

Some of these funds have gone toward a number of blockchain startups, geared toward the development of smart contract based identification, authentication and record validation platforms. Startups including Bitproof and Ascribe are leveraging blockchain technology to develop decentralized, automated, and unbreakable record keeping systems, enabling individuals to embed ownership claims and intellectual property rights into blockchain-based smart contracts.”