According to an article posted on SodaHead:
In 2008 the Florida Department of State looked into using Scytl’s remote voting system but turned it down. Their reasons:
Our findings identified vulnerabilities that, in the worst case, could result in (i) voters being unable to cast votes, (ii) an election result that does not accurately reflect the will of the voters, or (iii) disclosure of confidential information, such as the votes cast by a voter. The extent to which these vulnerabilities could actually be exploited in the ODBP is beyond the scope of this report given our lack of system context. Secure handling and audit of the Voter Choice Records may defend against some or all of these vulnerabilities, but these procedures were not available for review.
We identify three findings of particular significance:
- The use of supervised polling stations provides significantly better protection against voter coercion or vote- selling than is present in some other absentee voting systems, such as voting by mail.
- Two copies of each vote are stored: one electronically, and another on paper as a Voter Choice Record. This pro- vides redundancy that is not present in existing vote-by-mail systems. If the electronic votes are well-protected, then they can enable audit of the paper records in ways that are not currently possible.
- After casting their ballot, each voter is given a receipt that is intended to give voters confidence that their votes were “Counted as Cast”. These receipts do not achieve their stated goal of allowing voters to “independently verify that their ballots have been correctly accounted for.” These receipts might indicate that a vote was received and decrypted by the county (a property not typically provided by current postal voting systems), but they do not provide assurance that the voter’s vote was correctly recorded.
Also interesting to note, one of the organizations on “Scytl Partners” tab is Oracle, a major supporter to all-things-Democrat. And another Scytl Partner is a spooky “global governance” organization called Gov2u.org. Check them out. Yikes.
Yesterday, I posted an article about Hewlett Packard. They also seem to be about “global governance”.
Terry C., an American Freedom reader, provided the following information:
I’ve been doing some research on the Director of US operations, recently hired by SCYTL in 2011. His name is Paul Stenbjorn who was previously the Executive Director of the DC Board of Elections and Ethics. He conducted an interview online with Etopia news December 29th 2011 in which he admitted that once a voter had cast their vote online that their vote COULD BE CHANGED, MANY TIMES. View the attachment and see for yourself. Wake up America!!!
Paul Stenbjorn’s comment about changing your votes begins around the 8 minute mark of the interview.
It is ESSENTIAL that we share this information with our friends and representatives. It is OUR right to have our votes counted!
PLEASE DO YOUR PART FOR THE SAKE OF FREEDOM AND PASS THIS ALONG!
- Scytl, Hewlett Packard, the Obama administration and e-voting (usamericanfreedom.com)
- Voting Technology Leaders Scytl and Election Systems & Software Team with VA State Board of Elections on Advanced Research Project for Military and Overseas Voters (usamericanfreedom.com)
- Did You Know A Foreign Company Has Acquired the Leading U.S. Vote Processing Company? (nicedeb.wordpress.com)
- Our votes will be counted by a central server in Spain! (fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com)
- How Barack Obama will steal the 2012 Presidential Election. #VetObama (yourdaddy.net)
- More than 10,000 IP addresses used in attack on NDP vote (ctv.ca)
- 10,000 Computers Attack Online Canadian Election (bradblog.com)
- NDP determined to find source of cyber attack (ctv.ca)