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SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump on Tuesday fired top cybersecurity official Chris Krebs in a message on Twitter, accusing him without evidence of making a "highly inaccurate" statement affirming the Nov. 3 election was secure and rejecting claims of fraud.
Internet voting is a 21st-century cure for US' messy election process. It’s pandemic-proof, renders vote-buying pointless and allows voters to change their mind if they’ve voted early.
Hackers seeking to sow chaos in the Nov 3 election are hard at work – but some experts say they don’t need to be successful to have an impact.
PETALING JAYA: Election watchdog Bersih 2.0 is supportive of the government’s proposal to introduce electronic voting but has cautioned that security risks need to be addressed first.
SANTO DOMINGO (Reuters) - Millions headed to the polls in the Dominican Republic on Sunday, defying a coronavirus outbreak that had delayed the vote and forced the leading presidential candidate to briefly suspend appearances after falling ill with the disease.
PETALING JAYA: Maxis Bhd has assured its shareholders that a robust response plan is in place to manage the challenges of the Covid-19 crisis.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Confusion, complaints of missing mail-in ballots and long lines at some polling centers marred primary elections on Tuesday in eight states and the District of Columbia, the biggest test yet of voting during the coronavirus outbreak.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - When Pennsylvania holds primary elections on Tuesday, some election security advocates will be watching closely to see if more than 2,000 new voting machines acquired last year by Philadelphia and two other counties perform without glitches.
Canada's parliament has gone virtual through the pandemic, assembling MPs across six time zones and giving a rare peek at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's bookcase, a deer head and a stifled opposition.