Should we discontinue EVMs?

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kapilbishnoi
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Re: Should we discontinue EVMs?

Postby kapilbishnoi » 06 Nov 2019 00:14

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Old VVPATs had LCD screens that were phased out.
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But old VVPATs had ordinary colorless both side transparent glass to see the paper vote. I don't know when, but maybe sometime in the middle of the year 2017, the "ordinary colorless both side transparent glass" was replaced by "dark black defacto front side mirror only backside transparent" glass, so that NOTHING is visible inside when inner light is OFF
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reason?
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The official reason given is so laughable, that I won't bother to write.
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But changing the glass does enable a malicious program to implement a paper vote-stealing trick !!!
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Was such a paper vote-stealing trick actually implemented? Well, I can say that ONLY if I see code in VVPAT ROM.

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Re: Should we discontinue EVMs?

Postby nachiket » 06 Nov 2019 02:06

This thread has become an outlet for propaganda and nonsense. I am locking it till the admin team can decide whether to even keep the thread around anymore.


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