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There is an argument <Speech_Male> for accessibility <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> maintaining enfranchisement. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> There <Speech_Male> are still people that <Speech_Male> distrust something <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> puts <Speech_Male> a almost <Speech_Male> visual <Speech_Male> barrier between <Speech_Male> them and <Speech_Male> as you <Speech_Male> described in <Speech_Male> central new york <Speech_Male> as <Speech_Male> physically seeing <Speech_Male> their vote <Speech_Male> counted. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Is there anything <Speech_Male> else you think needs <Speech_Male> to be said <Speech_Male> <hes> about elections <Speech_Male> security. That <Speech_Male> may not be talked <Speech_Male> about enough. We certainly <Speech_Male> covered some <Speech_Male> of that with how <Speech_Male> the media <Speech_Male> is covering the <Speech_Male> security of the election. <Speech_Male> Potentially <Speech_Male> looking <Speech_Male> more at hacking <Speech_Male> and not so much <Speech_Male> at the more <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> subtle forms <Speech_Male> of attacks <Speech_Male> you know what <Speech_Male> are people <Speech_Male> talking <Speech_Male> about her. <SpeakerChange> What are they not <Speech_Female> aware of. <Speech_Female> Think the <Speech_Female> two most helpful <Speech_Female> things that <Speech_Female> your <Speech_Female> your audience <Speech_Female> my and <Speech_Female> then the public in general <Speech_Female> might take away from <Speech_Female> our discussion <Speech_Female> is one <Speech_Female> that when <Speech_Female> we think about election <Speech_Female> security <Speech_Female> and <Speech_Female> even election interference <Speech_Female> we have to broaden <Speech_Female> the aperture <Speech_Female> to think about. <Speech_Female> Multiple <Speech_Female> lines <Speech_Female> are multiple. Actors <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> are multiple <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> factors <Speech_Female> <Advertisement> of interference. <Speech_Female> Yes therefore <Speech_Female> an interference that <Speech_Female> you know the the fbi <Speech_Female> in others <Speech_Female> you know the intelligence <Speech_Female> communities kind of cover <Speech_Female> <hes> but there's <Speech_Female> also influence <Speech_Female> operations <Speech_Female> that are coming from various <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Different agents <Speech_Female> with different motives <Speech_Female> and agenda <Speech_Female> so it might be <Speech_Female> that you know <Speech_Female> we talked about social <Speech_Female> media and the way in <Speech_Female> which social media <Speech_Female> companies <Speech_Female> <Silence> seem to have <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> a preference. <Speech_Female> They were <Speech_Female> Had a preference <Speech_Female> for certain candidates <Speech_Female> over other <Speech_Female> candidates. I <Speech_Female> think that was more obvious <Speech_Female> in the national <Speech_Female> elections. There was a lot <Speech_Female> of anti trumpism <Speech_Female> coming <Speech_Female> from the you know <Speech_Male> from some of the big social <Speech_Male> media companies <Speech_Female> but i think <Speech_Female> in smaller <Speech_Female> elections. <Speech_Female> It might be harder <Speech_Female> for folks <Speech_Female> to identify <Speech_Female> that <Speech_Female> you know some of these private <Speech_Female> sector actors <Speech_Female> who have a strong <Speech_Female> role <Speech_Female> in the <Speech_Female> in the public <Speech_Female> square right in the <Speech_Female> public. Discourse <Speech_Female> could actually <Speech_Female> have their finger <Speech_Female> on the scale for one <Speech_Female> candidate or another <Speech_Female> so. That's kind <Speech_Female> of <Speech_Female> election influence <Speech_Female> our <Speech_Female> election interference <Speech_Female> that we're not used to thinking <Speech_Male> about <SpeakerChange> but it's <Speech_Music_Male> it's live <Silence> <Speech_Male> Really <Speech_Male> is all the time <Speech_Male> we have together. <Speech_Male> <hes> <Speech_Male> dr zoe. <Speech_Male> So i just want to thank <Speech_Male> you for coming <Speech_Male> on <SpeakerChange> and <Speech_Male> having this terrific <Silence> discussion <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> anytime. <Speech_Male> <Silence> Thank you very much. <Speech_Male> Subscribe <Speech_Male> to seven layers so you never <Speech_Male> miss an episode and <Speech_Male> tune into our episode <Speech_Male> where we will give <Speech_Male> you a retrospective <Speech_Male> on twenty twenty s technological <Silence> innovations <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> and as always you can <Speech_Male> learn more about the current state <Speech_Male> of technology. <Speech_Male> Sds central <Speech_Male> dot com. <Speech_Male> I've been your host. 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