Shocking report: Diebold GEMS vote tabulator has security hole
I know, aren't you stunned? They found another one? Yes, they found another one, and this time, in the central tabulator - i.e. even if all of the thousands of electronic voting machines around the country work correctly, aren't hacked, and aren't tampered with, they can just hit the central tabulator and edit the votes there.
At what point does Diebold get sued and go out of business? I'm confused.
Oh wait, that's right, the administration probably wants machines that are easily tampered with. Never mind, it makes sense now.