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Brilliant! "find out which political parties are compatible with you." The app asks a few questions, you furnish survey-style responses, and it figures out which party is closest in published policy. It works quite well, determining that my optimum is Labour (correct)
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'the article in the Washington Post that supposedly gives statistical evidence for vote fraud just won't die in the blogosphere and just got a boost [..] by Tim O'Reilly. The trouble is the analysis is bogus.'
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'A lot of [FF] canvassers are finding it tough on the doorstep.' 'be seen to highlight their points in a notebook', 'ask to record their name and email address so you can get back to them', 'when you show interest, they will be inclined to soften their [anti-FF] views'. also: show interest in kids, local sports team -- what a cliche! possibly fake, though
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the circuit court judge, the county clerk, and election officers of Clay County,KY were all arrested and indicted for 'changing the votes at the voting machine', and showing others how to do it, over the course of 2002-2006; they'd send the voters away at the confirmation screen, then go back and change their votes
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Harri Hursti's report for BlackBoxVoting.org; it appears the boot loader will automatically reflash itself, if presented with a suitably-named file on PCMCIA media, and access to the PCMCIA slot is protected only by a few standard Philips-head screws. wow
This link recently saved by jm on February 24, 2006
BBV sued to gain access to some of Sequoia's Florida 2004 voting-machine logs. The litany of unreliability brings back unpleasant memories of working on kiosks and other such unattended hardware in Netnote