Diebold election insecurity systems
Posted May 18, 2006 13:50 UTC (Thu) by NAR
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Later they empty the box on a table and sort them. It doesn't take much longer to get a result and it's a lot harder to mess with.
Hungary has a quite complicated election system, however, at the last general election, the 99% results were in within four hours. This task can be massively parallelized - I think at most 800 people voted at a single place, there are two votes per person, so there're at most 1600 votes to be counted (of course, in rural areas this number is usually around 400-500).
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