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“Don’t believe the hype. Foreign hackers will not choose the next president.”

Thomas Hicks, Matthew Masterson and Christy McCormick, the three sitting U.S. EAC Commissioners, have written this WaPo oped: Recent reports regarding the ability of foreign hackers to change the outcome of the U.S. presidential election are overstated. Foreign hackers will … Continue reading ?
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