- Tom Knighton is all over voting irregularities. Turns out Konnech, a voting software company, has been storing personal information on 2 million poll workers in the People’s Republic of China.
- Looks like election integrity is completely discredited in the state of Georgia. Sixty-four of 66 counties have Dominion Voting Systems machines subject to the “Tennessee Error,” an anomaly that causes the machines to stop counting ballots when it occurs. “Nearly as stunning as the [Election Assistance Commission]’s admission that the direct cause of the anomaly was inconclusive is the statement on the same page that they successfully fixed the anomaly,”
- Lileks weighs in on Paypal’s lastest policy to shut you up and rip you off.
- And it’s not just PayPal. Here’s one of the few instances where “There Oughta Be a Law.”
- Elon Musk is sounding the alarm on AI. Do you really want a robot for your primary care physician?
- Apparently Microsoft’s concern about Windows security is an on-again-off-again sort of thing. Otherwise, why would they let a driver vulnerability go unaddressed for 3 years? “In the longer term, Microsoft’s leadership will hopefully recognize the ways that its company culture is becoming increasingly insular and defensive.”
- The FCC continues to wise up about national security with the banning of more telecomm devices manufactured in the People’s Republic of China.