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2004
We are contracting out primary responsibility for running elections to private companies who are not publicly accountable,” warned New York City Board of Elections Commissioner Douglas Kellner.  Kellner's comments along with Harvard University e-voting expert Rebecca Mercuri were delivered at a Sept. 23 forum about electronic voting technology at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).  Both speakers explained the vulnerability of electronic voting systems to insider and outsider attacks which they believe creates new opportunities for large scale vote fraud in the 2004 election and beyond. >>
“Can technology be used to steal the 2004 presidential election?” asks Jay M. Kappraff, PhD, associate professor of mathematics at NJIT. Kappraff, who leads a faculty group authorized to create the university's new Technology and Society Forum Series, has invited two well-known speakers to explore this possibility on September 23, 2004, 4-5:30 p.m., in the second floor ballroom of the Campus Center. >>
“Can technology be used to steal the 2004 presidential election?” asked Jay M. Kappraff, PhD., associate professor of mathematics, at New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT).  Kappraff, who leads a faculty group authorized to create the university's new lecture series, has invited two well-known speakers to address this important issue. >>