Invisible Ballots (2004)
Governments are installing computerized voting systems with no paper record to verify accuracy. Elections will be controlled by companies that do not allow voters to inspect their software. If vote counting becomes privatized, there may be no way to get it back. High-tech vote fraud is already a reality. If you value your vote, you absolutely must get this information to your friends – and fast!
Featured experts include:
Dr. David Dill, Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University.
Dr. Rebecca Mercuri, Research Fellow at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government.
Bev Harris, independent investigator and author of Black Box Voting.
Dr. Avi Rubin, Technical Director of the Information Security Institute at Johns Hopkins University.
Hosted by G. Edward Griffin, President of American Media and Executive Producer of this program.
History of voting systems
The Help America Vote Act
Problems with electronic voting
Errors and glitches in real elections
Fraud and tampering
Conflicts of interest
Should voting be privatized?
Honesty, oversight, and transparency
The need for skilled poll workers
The voter-verified paper ballot
Source: Reality Zone