S.A.V.E. Federal Civil Rights Lawsuit Documents

Discussion on Election Security at New York University

New York University hosted a discussion on election security at their Washington, DC campus. Security experts and election officials talked about efforts to safeguard the midterm elections from cyberattacks. They also discussed voting systems security, election monitoring efforts, barriers to voting, and coordination between local, state and federal officials to ensure the results of the…

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Georgia Voting Machine Ruling

I. Introduction This case involves colliding election and voting rights dynamics and dilemmas. The State of Georgia Defendants have delayed in grappling with the heightened critical cybersecurity issues of our era posed for the State’s dated, vulnerable voting system that provides no independent paper audit trail. The Plaintiffs did not bring their preliminary injunction motions…

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Defending Digital Democracy Project

ABOUT The Defending Digital Democracy Project (D3P) was established in July 2017 with one goal: to help secure democratic elections against cybersecurity threats and information operations. There are two groups on the frontlines of defending democracy: (1) political campaigns, which enable citizens to pursue elected office; and (2) election officials, who ensure the election process…

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