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The advent of electronic voting machines has brought with it cost reduction but also more feasible fraud. Now democratic governments who e-poll only instill as much trust as OS kernels, firmware and graphics cards.

A decade after G. Edward Griffin produced the documentary ‘Invisible Ballots,’ e-voting critics still protest that, in order to protect trade secrets, companies building voting machines don’t reveal their source code to public scrutiny. Only can a select few, with limited resources, examine the code.

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