Category: Election Protection

FSFP Senior Advisor on Election Security Susan Greenhalgh Discusses Our Recent Lawsuit Against The Election Assistance Commission on The Brad Blog.

Free Speech For People Senior Advisor on Election Security Susan Greenhalgh recently appeared on The Brad Blog to discuss our lawsuit against the U.S. Election Assistance Commission for improperly loosening voting system standards after private meetings with voting machine manufacturers. FSFP and renowned election security expert Professor Philip Stark are co-plaintiffs in this case. “The
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U.S. Election Assistance Commission Sued for Improperly Loosening Voting System Standards After Private Meetings With Voting Machine Manufacturers.

Free Speech For People and renowned election security expert Professor Philip Stark allege Election Assistance Commission violated federal laws to privately solicit input from voting system vendors for federal voting system requirements. Stark serves on the Board of Advisors for the federal agency WASHINGTON, D.C. (July 13, 2021) – A federally appointed election advisor and
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Free Speech For People Releases New Report Exposing False Claims And Deceptive Marketing by Voting Machine Vendors

The detailed report examines specious or false claims made by Democracy Live and Voatz, two of the most prominent Internet voting system vendors in the United States. WASHINGTON, D.C. (June 18, 2021) – Free Speech For People has released a new report exposing how online voting system vendors have used false claims to promote their
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Ohio Bans Wireless Connectivity in Voting Systems.

Earlier this year, Free Speech For People organized a letter to the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC), signed by over two dozen computer and election security experts urging the EAC to include a robust ban on wireless connectivity capability in the federal voting system guidelines. Though the EAC disregarded the experts’ advice, the Ohio Board
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EFF and FSFP to Court: When Flawed Electronic Voting Systems Disenfranchise Voters, They Should Be Able to Challenge That with Access to the Courts

Georgia Officials Call Plaintiff Voters “Bystanders” Who Lack Standing to Sue and Dismiss Serious Technical Issues as “Glitches” Atlanta, Georgia—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Free Speech for People (FSPF) urged a federal appeals court today to hold that a group of Georgia voters and the organization that supports them have standing to sue the Georgia Secretary
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Susan Greenhalgh, FSFP Senior Advisor on Election Security, Testifies Against SB 21-188 Before Colorado General Assembly

In a public hearing before the State, Civic, Military and Veterans Affairs Committee of the Colorado General Assembly, Free Speech For People’s Senior Advisor on Election Security, submitted testimony in opposition to SB 21-188, a bill which would offer insecure, unauditable, online voting to voters with disabilities.  “Proponents of this bill suggest, erroneously, that secure
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Free Speech For People Senior Advisor on Election Security Susan Greenhalgh Discusses Our Lawsuit Against the U.S. Election Assistance Commission on The Brad Blog.

Free Speech For People Senior Advisor on Election Security Susan Greenhalgh recently appeared on The Brad Blog to discuss our lawsuit against the U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) after the agency failed to produce records requested under the Freedom of Information Act, regarding the EAC’s closed-door meetings with voting machine vendors that weakened the federal
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Government Watchdog Sues U.S. Election Assistance Commission to Disclose Communications with Voting Machine Companies

After failure to comply with a Freedom of Information Act request, Free Speech For People files a federal lawsuit against the U.S. Election Assistance Commission  WASHINGTON, D.C. – Free Speech For People filed a federal lawsuit in the District of Columbia today under the Freedom of Information Act, challenging the federal U.S. Election Assistance Commission’s
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