Disability Advocates and Cybersafety Advocates at Odds

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Advocates for blind persons sued the Maryland State Board of Elections because of their recent decision to not bar technology that would assist blind voters and others with physical disabilities in filling out their ballots secretly. Advocates decried the blocking of the new technology while cybersecurity experts supported it. CHHS Founder and Director Michael Greenberger applauded the Board’s decision because if adopted he felt the Maryland Voter system would be extremely vulnerable to fraud. 

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