18 Burst results for "Diebold"

Kate Middleton Has Risen Above Meghan Markle's Crying Claim

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:46 min | 3 months ago

Kate Middleton Has Risen Above Meghan Markle's Crying Claim

"Kate middleton has risen above meghan. Markle's claims said if you remember not so long ago. Meghan markle told oprah that kate middleton made huck fry before her wedding in two thousand eighteen to prince harry nine british journalist camilla terminally. That's very british. She said kate has nothing to prove. She's a reasonable in fact. Kate basically is the peacemaker between harry and his brother. William we saw that at their grandfather. Prince philip's funeral. Let me give you a quote. Despite the duke and duchess of sussex is oprah interview. Kate hands risen above it in that interview. Kate was accused of making meghan cry during a bridesmaid's fitting of the dress for failing to support our however. Kate has decided to rise a buffet. What do you think about this done. A you hold a grudge. Could you rise above a i. Do hold a grudge in this case though when you are the possible future queen gets a little easier to rise above. But this is. I think kate has always been the epitome of class. And i think she's not gonna mudslinging. She's not going to get down in the trenches anything that they say. I don't think she cares. Honestly don't think. I think she was probably heard about this national television. Sixty million people watched that pre interview on the interview. Meghan claim that in march there were reports. That meghan made kate cry but on the interview she said the reverse happened. Meghan didn't exactly diebold many of the details but she did say the kate apologized and she had forgiven her which is really bad sorta shade. It has definitely shady. They're

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"diebold" Discussed on RIGHT NOW Podcast

RIGHT NOW Podcast

08:10 min | 10 months ago

"diebold" Discussed on RIGHT NOW Podcast

"Taylor for our ask anything interview during today's ama we're gonna take live questions from the nurse rosedale cler. She is an investigative journalist and editor for an rn as a mom of two beautiful children. It's her mission to leave them. An american not destroyed by liberal. Welcome to the show and tell us more about yourself. rose while that was a pretty good introduction so like you said a writer and editor for new right network and i have been looking into the voting systems that we use here in america to do our elections Post twenty twenty election once they started. Uncovering irregularities started digging into it and the more that. I found the more interesting that i got and so i decided to put together some information because what i noticed was there was pieces of information all over the internet. There was a lot of speculation a lot of theories. A lot of. I hate to say it but a lot of disinformation about what was happening. And so what. I didn't see was Anyone putting it all together in one spot. So data not just the voting systems but also the hammer scorecard which is something totally different than the voting systems but no one was connecting it all together so i started putting together a series of articles to try to get all the information in one spot so it was easier to see what was really going on. It seems like it was very thorough and also very fascinating just quick overview of disturbed. Were you about what you were looking into. While i was disturbed mad. I was Not can fears in confused. What was going on but confused as to how we got here how we allowed this to happen to our country how we allowed our one of our most important constitutional rights to be a body that votes for the person that we want to have empower in the highest office of this country. I would say of the world. how did we get. Let it get this far so corrupted so easily manipulated by. It doesn't matter if a foreign country is Interfering in our election because we are interfering in our election and you know in your research. This question comes from oj jbl. Have you talked with any poll workers who any Firsthand experience with the dominion systems. I haven't spoken with any poll workers that had experienced with domingo the dominion systems spoken with poll worker. That had experience with just oversight is what was happening in areas As far as like an arizona with the whole sharpie gate situation confirming that that was in fact. Real moment did happen and could have been Not could have been. I think was part of the plan to manipulate the votes with the voting systems and This next question comes from ways Who wants to know about the german server. How that fits into everything. And what year. Thoughts on releasing the cracking is or. Have we seen it or do you think it's coming still even more after today's press conference. Okay so as far as the german service go. I did look into that There's not a whole lot of concrete information out there. Which is why. I didn't write a whole lot about it yet because i don't wanna put a lot of put any information out there. That could be wrong. Because i'm seeing that happen a lot. There's a lot of rumors. Yes there's a lot of rumors My opinion not fact Is that if there was serve received seized in germany which there very well could have been services in and like sitting pal said today at the press conference She just it knocked goodguys data or the bad guys got so that means we don't know that either however there's important things in no about that If our if our voting systems were connected to the internet which if you look at the manual for any of the voting systems they all have the capability of being connected. Even if the election workers deny that they ever were And they were in fact sending our data to servers that were backed up in foreign countries or even not foreign countries. It doesn't matter if it was in a foreign country That is a wait could be very easily manipulated and when we get to talking about humor scorecard later you'll understand why that's so important to know that As far as releasing the cracking goes sydney said a few days ago that the crack it has already been in. We're just now starting to see it. And so i think the crack has been released behind the scenes and as things are starting to come out. we're gonna see the ramifications of that As far as what the cracking could be. I think it's the massive amount of evidence that they have Because just what they've shown us today and before today is so compelling and so overwhelming that it blows my mind that the the mainstream media is not picking up on this which we all know why they're not but it blows my mind that they're not because even with what we what we already know. What is fact what is in front of us. it's more than compelling. it's hard evidence. You have affidavits. You have witnesses. You have raw data had to go through. You have statistics you have all of this right here in front of you and the fact that that that what we know is so big what they cannot release yet because the mainstream media doesn't wanna seem to admit this they cannot release their most compelling evidence because it has not been heard in a court of law yet so what they have what we don't know yet. That's the cracking okay. Now with all the names out that that are being released we have dominion. We have scorecard of hammer. We have smart matic and I screwed up the sitel seidel. Okay with all those. Can you explain a little bit. How they interact. How they all work together. What's the connection. Okay so it's not really that they technically work together. It's they're all connected so if you read the articles specifically the most recent article that i put out When it was explaining their ownerships and who owns what in the name changes and holding companies acquisitions every one of the companies including ones that one. It's not really being focused on now. Right now as the s systems that are connected dominion specifically. We'll talk about that one. I acquired diebold which changed its name to. I can't remember the article dot diabled. I deep old. Or however people wanna say Pronounced so familiar with apple. Yeah what so. That was the original name it changed. Its name to to a different name. That i'm not recalling this minute. And dominion acquired that company and then they also required. The acquired sequoia voting systems which used to be owned by. Smart matic Some of these these acquisitions were the reason why they say that they were done with. Because of the antitrust law so that no company would have too much power and it would create competition or whatever but if you dig into it a little bit deeper. You'll see that some of these specifically were forced acquisitions done under the obama administration. In what occurred was that dominion went from almost a unheard of company that it kind of appeared out of nowhere all of the sudden to being responsible for a large percentage of our votes in this country And this one that happened and then they acquired a piece room. Espn s which was the diebold and a piece from smart matic which was the sequoia voting systems. They now have licenses and software from both of those companies.

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"diebold" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"diebold" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Voted Democrat this year? Probably some, I'm guessing because you know Democrats, and I think there's a little confusion with them. Also, the Democrats have come up with a cure for down syndrome I've got. It's a big article than the Atlantic. They're very excited. Here for down syndrome has killed them all. Kill them all in the womb. That's kill them, Kill them all. And that will take care of it that we won't have any down syndrome people because you know we killed him. That was the same solution that the Socialist Workers Party of Herr Hitler came up with with down syndrome people, too, But I die aggress. Let's get back to the big story of the day, which is, of course. The big press conference yesterday in Washington with Rudy Giuliani, who was sweating too much and had that incident, and Sidney Powell, wonderful lawyer and wonderful person actually met her a couple of times at the Fox News in Washington sometime ago, when she's representing General Flynn and Jenna Alice, who was also just a house of fire. This woman was in Florida. She was being attacked by Jake Tapper just for standing behind Rudy job. Giuliani the beginning. Jake Tapper's started tweeting out nasty grams about her because you know, he said, a journalist is CNN anchorman. And former Democrat Hill staffer and employees of Handgun Control Inc. But that's okay. That's how you start your journalism career. If I'm talking to kids, and they want a career in journalism. My advice to them is first go to work for the Democrat Party somewhere, right? Forget about journalism school and all that stuff that they don't teach anything. They're just go to work for a Democrat anywhere. Pretty much City Hall where we are Washington, D. C. Worked for the Democrats worked for the Democrats, then go apply for a job with the news media and the higher That's just as George Stephanopoulos and Chunk Todd and Jake Tapper and Jim Shu Tau and And the list goes on and on and let's get this him already up. We are at 88863096258886309625 and again. The Democrats. Have been complaining for years about voting machines. A article in the Huffington Post originally from June 22nd 2010 and then updated interestingly on 2017 10 years later. Andre headline is on heels of Diebold slash premier purchase Canadian because in 2004. They claim that Diebold machines in Ohio through the election for George W. Bush. And that that's why he won because of diabolical plot involving Diebold voting machines because the CEO of Diebold was a friend of George W. Bush is and he was a Republican. Therefore, the machines they're corrupt and they stole the election, and that was all over the media, NBC News and PBS and left Wing Huffington Post here. On hills of Diebold slash premier purchase. Canadian e voting firm Dominion also acquires Sequoia lies about Chavez ties in announcement That's the actual headline, of course in the Huffington Post piece. Isn't that amazing? And if you go through the piece of Canadian based Dominion voting system as quietly announced its second acquisition of a major US voting machine company in as many months. Right out of the gate. They have lied about it. This is the left wing Huffington Post right here, Right? And then if you go do a little searches I like to do. In these matters. And look for the word Chavez in the article. They're all about Chavez here. They they say that part of the detailed investigative expose Syriza and 2008. The Huffington Post broke the story of heart Inter Civic quietly attempting a hostile takeover of Sequoia. Another voting Machine company. We revealed the fact that despite representations to the contrary, possibly even to the U. S government investigators, the I. P for the vast majority slash near entirety of sequoias voting systems was actually secretly owned by the Hugo Chavez tied Venezuela based firm Smartmatic. What This is 10 years ago. It's the left wing Huffingtonpost. They're smart Medic and Hugo Chavez, and it's right there in the Huffington Post and NBC and and PBS covered it to the initial concern had come from comes following revelations that Smartmatic seemed to be directly tied to the Venezuelan president. Hugo Chavez see as theirs. They got the Chavez Thing Go. And Lou Dobbs, who was still with CNN 10 years ago, was talking about it on CNN. And they make reference that they're actually using huge Lou Dobbs is support their Sequoia was then supposedly purchased away from Smartmatic by a team of U. S executives in order to make it fully independent from the Chavez tied parent company right nonetheless. I say Venezuela's Hugo Chavez is still tied to a huge percentage of US elections as now overseen by a Canadian firm, and that's Dominion that they're talking about, right? This left wing Huffington Post in 2010 updated in 2017. And it wasn't just having imposed. It was NBC as I said, and PBS and others now, So now the Democrats who all this is crazy who would talk about machines and voting schemes, and you go Chavez and Venezuela. Well, you guys were just a couple of minutes ago. Let's go to sound like number one. Rudy Giuliani yesterday at the press conference just off the top. I got a couple of long sound bites for you today that I'm going to share because some of the descriptions well took a little bit of time to explain. Not everything boils down to a seven second sound bite. Rudy Giuliani getting the ball rolling. What emerged very quickly is because it's not a single voter fraud in one state in the investors pattern repeats itself in a number of states almost exactly the same pattern, which toe any experienced investigator prosecutor which suggests that there was a plan from a centralized place to execute these various acts of voter fraud specifically focused on big cities. And specifically focused on as you would imagine. Big cities controlled by Democrats and particularly focused on big cities have a long history of corruption. The number of voter fraud cases in Philadelphia could fill a library just a few weeks ago. It was a conviction for voter fraud and 12 weeks before that. Oh, sure. I've often said I guess sarcastically, But it's true. The only surprise I would have found in this is a Philadelphia hadn't shooted in this election because for the last 60 years, they've cheated in just about every single election. You could say the same thing about Detroit. Each one of these cities are cities that are controlled by Democrats, which means they can get away with anything you want to do. It means they have a certain degree of control over You're certainly control the election board completely sure, and they control law enforcement And, unfortunately or they have some friendly judges that will issue ridiculously irrational opinions just to come out in their favor. Well, you got to hang out with each other over the summer. They're cheating with each other's wives and stuff like that. They're Democrats and the media here. Is that this? Oh, yeah, sure, Voting and cheating and Philadelphia and they know it, of course, And but they say I'm going to Starbucks. And that's that Rudy Giuliani talking about Joe Biden. Um and Joe Biden said this We played the audio soundbite many times. It's not only susceptible to fraud..

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"diebold" Discussed on Technotopia

Technotopia

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"diebold" Discussed on Technotopia

"They actually could be could in this case they could in this case they could be the deciding factor in this whole situation. That's the crazy thing it's never. It's never actively happened. But in but no matter what you say about what you who you talked to supreme court they can babble all they want military in this case could basically say this is the person we're giving the football too because of x. y. and z. And it's going to happen and that's the end of the whole story. It hasn't happened. There's no precedent for this so the military controls the football and can do whatever they want when they when when when they're ready to pass when when it's time to pass a football they've they find the person that they passed to and that person becomes president. It's not even it's not even the popular vote. I mean quite literally if they wanted to they could basically say okay. Joe schmo off the street joe schmo military guy. We give him the football because he's the only guy we trust with the football daddy. He's the only guy i trust. That's the that's the. That's the situation. So joe biden joe schmo just some dude. I think in true american fashion. It's all going to be litigated. Yeah it's going to be litigated. Where litigious society and if god forbid if trump loses and does step down and it's clear for i mean i'm i'm pretty sure i'm right but let's say i'm wrong and he does leave and boat unquote lose the far right's to go desert gonna shoot up city halls. Every you know every democratic governor in the country's going to have to go into lockdown. It's gonna be bedlam if they truly are not am so i'm concerned. I'm definitely concerned but it leads us to. I guess we should talk a little bit about tech consumer. At least making believe. This is tech podcast. I guess How is all this stuff counted. How did how did they declare a winner. Who runs this stuff. That so many different ways to vote. Who counts it. I fill out a little pen thing. Do they reader. And it sees the box. How does work most of the time and right now a lot of the machines are basically. Oh cr so there are a few. There are few companies that make these things. Diebold is one Forget a couple of but that all these things have a already been hacked right right. I read that. And i read this morning ready in georgia. The machines were down so the machines down so the point of these diebold machines so that the point of all these machines that they should be air gap from the from the network. So what that means that you each machine. Each machine sits separate from each other and they're basically like They're basically like a kiosk. That has no network connection right what they do have as they usually have usb key usb port that you can plug your you can plug a usb key into and you put your automatically put a file onto their and you drag it over to the main machine that reads the that reads that reads the The mccall a readout. The those machines could also be in a situation where where you go to a bank of michigan's put in your cr generated read Ballot it reads it stores. It sticks it into a six into a into a junk folder. Or whatever for paper backup and or is that vote onto a somehow encrypted That you then connect to the main system at reports back at the end of the night..

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"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

"I mentioned the idea of either unconsciously a purposefully inserting a bias. That's a real concern, too sure right because private companies are the ones designing these machines they do so with using proprietary software that is not visible to the general public, nor is it What's what's nor is it in any way compelled to answer to the general public? The public doesn't have a the the quote. Unquote capital P. public. Does it have a vote regarding which companies run these machines right? You look at this and you see that. Everyone says well. We can't reveal our code because we did. than our competitors would see how we do things, and then we can't compete in the marketplace anymore. Right and so Meanwhile you've got security experts, saying this should all be open source, and the reason should be open source so that the community at large would have the opportunity to look at the code and see if there are any. Any vulnerabilities, and if so make sure that those get patched before you get to a point where the code is being put into play in an actual election, so that those vulnerabilities can't be exploited, because if something's proprietary and someone figures out an exploit to that software, then it's all behind closed doors. There's no way to address it and you end up with a huge problem, but but beyond that. You have companies that could insert bias into the programming itself and this kind of stems from an interesting story that happened in the early two thousands. To tell so two thousand, three Walden Wally Odell and I'm not making up the nickname wally. That is what he would go by. Wally Odell. Was At that time. The CEO and chairman of diebold now divulge best known for making ATM's right, but divulge car batteries. Yeah, well, they also for awhile made electric voting machines There was a subsidiary called diebold election systems, which the company has since divested itself of that particular property but diebold election systems made a lot of electronic voting, machines and diebold by the way is headquartered in Ohio a very important state in..

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"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

"I mentioned the idea of either unconsciously a purposefully inserting a bias. That's a real concern, too sure right because private companies are the ones designing these machines they do so with using proprietary software that is not visible to the general public, nor is it What's what's nor is it in any way compelled to answer to the general public? The public doesn't have a the the quote. Unquote capital P. public. Does it have a vote regarding which companies run these machines right? You look at this and you see that. Everyone says well. We can't reveal our code because we did. than our competitors would see how we do things, and then we can't compete in the marketplace anymore. Right and so Meanwhile you've got security experts, saying this should all be open source, and the reason should be open source so that the community at large would have the opportunity to look at the code and see if there are any. Any vulnerabilities, and if so make sure that those get patched before you get to a point where the code is being put into play in an actual election, so that those vulnerabilities can't be exploited, because if something's proprietary and someone figures out an exploit to that software, then it's all behind closed doors. There's no way to address it and you end up with a huge problem, but but beyond that. You have companies that could insert bias into the programming itself and this kind of stems from an interesting story that happened in the early two thousands. To tell so two thousand, three Walden Wally Odell and I'm not making up the nickname wally. That is what he would go by. Wally Odell. Was At that time. The CEO and chairman of diebold now divulge best known for making ATM's right, but divulge car batteries. Yeah, well, they also for awhile made electric voting machines There was a subsidiary called diebold election systems, which the company has since divested itself of that particular property but diebold election systems made a lot of electronic voting, machines and diebold by the way is headquartered in Ohio a very important state in..

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"diebold" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"diebold" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Right I will back Michael Diebold gonna make it happen welcome I mean it's it's mailed in but it's not as bad as it's been yeah I honestly thought the whole the young Hispanic guy who grew up in the valley the whole thing the whole heartstrings thing really just sticks out of my outlook releases were going that's what I was going to do Joan I grew up from the valley yes they talk on the radio due to the event for your welcome of that crown on there is that what was he wrote on there did you get from Gretchen but not not Gretchen Greta hi Terry how dare you my future the cigarette how do you feel about having such an impact does anybody else want to answer the question but come on dude and and she said that she was like touring the world classic right right right right so I mean if you had the covert nineteen which clearly she think she had it maybe she's wants reddit to get both descend on good point she's over here worried about you know global warming and she's the one that's doing more damage right yeah she probably what was your hiking I don't think so it's eight eight nine four one package of tax dot com Kerry never played that version of the song that you feel bad the face you made to me no yeah I kinda do I so I take the face back because this person was a two back would you say I take it back I take no that wasn't me live doing it was for some reason this is it I have you saying I'm sorry but for some reason it's like thirty seconds long the whole conversation we had what is that hard for me to say that thing in a while it's Sam's that would be a real about me actually playing that version though I'm waiting to be impressed well I guess you were impressed simply the only soliciting your.

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"diebold" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

Gaming Ride Home

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"diebold" Discussed on Gaming Ride Home

"Entertain convention. It's a lot of acronyms. The awards curated and voted on by industry professionals. So it's it's generally a well respected award to receive the big award. The game of the year award went to untitled goose game which I think was pretty surprising. I enjoyed untitled Goose Kim. Quite a bit but it's still surprising to see a smaller. Indie game take home. The you know the big one goose game is a superfund though so big congrats developer. House House Games. I'm curious if that studio will make a sequel to goose game as a follow up or try something entirely new I. I'd be happy either. Way other notable winners include control from developer Remedy Games getting action game of the year Star Wars Djeddai fallen order getting adventure game of the year the outer worlds getting role playing game of the year and There's also a pistol whip Tacoma immersive reality game of the year. Which I'm I'm a big fan of Pistol whip that game is the most fun of Han Vr. Since beat Saber. I actually reviewed the game for IBM. So you can track down that review if you WANNA learn more about my thoughts there. I was also happy to see. Bob Is you very smart but Very frustrating puzzle game take home the award for outstanding achievement in design my my personal favorite game of twenty nineteen the resin evil to remake. Sadly did not take home any awards. It's a it's a remake of a classic game which I understand kind of holds it back when it comes to considering it for awards but Capcom really knocked out of the park so you know my personal congrats to raise new. I'm sorry you guys didn't get a dice award but you're still a good game. Sony may be working on a new playstation. Vr headset for playstation five on the last episode of the gaming. Ride home podcast. I talked about a Bloomberg article from Takashi Mochizuki that hinted about the potential cost of the playstation. Five and in that Article Mochizuki's sources also say that Sony is planning a new playstation VR. Headset that will release some time. After the launch of the playstation five we already know that the playstation five will be backwards compatible with playstation four games and will be compatible with the playstation four's PS VR headset. But plans for a new headset though. Not entirely surprising that that is new information. This is not official so it shouldn't be treated as an announcement by any means but PS VR has done well for Sony and there have been some fantastic experiences like astro bought rescue mission that released for it. There's also games like no man's sky have received updates to be compatible with it so there is definitely cool stuff happening on the platform I'm VR proponent to like to a certain degree I still. I still generally preferred traditional gaming experiences to Vr. But I like my oculus quest and I would like to see. Ps VR get an update. I've had a lot of fun. Experiences impeach. Vr. But it is definitely the weakest Vr headset among its competition in intendo playstation hybrid system. That never left. The prototype stages is currently up for auction. There's a strange moment in video game history prior to the release of the playstation where Sony and Nintendo were considering working together to release a CD ROM drive Super Nintendo system. That obviously never happened. And that failed. Partnership in some ways led to Sony entering the video game space but a handful of prototypes of the system were produced and there is one currently up for auction on the bidding website heritage auctions at the time of me recording this podcast. Current bid is at three hundred fifty thousand dollars. Owen s good reported on the auction for Polygon and writes the unit in question is the only known surviving prototype of the two hundred believed to have been made. Its own by Terry. Diebold retired employees of the Advanta Corporation. A company who CEO once Olaf the CEO of. What was Sony Computer? Entertainment when the prototype was made diebold acquired the console colloquially known as the nintendo playstation in a lot of other items when the company went bankrupt in two thousand nine. You can actually look at this. And they have a lot of good photos on heritage auctions the system it has a has an interesting look to the familiar. Sony logo appears on it twice as well as what appears to be an early take on the playstation logo which doesn't look too different from the finalized version. There's also a standard headphone port on the front with a little volume control. Dial the description for the item is extensive and reads. It has not only a slot for super FAMICOM and Super Nintendo Games but as C. D. Rom drive that was meant to play disc based media and presumably video games as well. Though the CD ROM drive was not currently working when it was found in two thousand nine. It has since been by Benjamin Heck and Dohrn a youtube personality known for his console repair videos. It now has the ability to play music. Cds like the commercially produced playstation but there is no proprietary software that's known to have been made. During the prototypes development it It has to Super Nintendo Controller ports in the front and the auction includes a controller. That I mean it looking at it elected it kind of breaks my brain just because I'm so familiar with that controller. It's a super nintendo controller. But it has the Japanese Green Blue Yellow and red colored buttons and in the Middle. There's a big Sony logo and a big playstation logo but to the left of the playstation logo is the super famicom four circles logo. It is so bizarre to look at the site handling the auction. Heritage auctions keeps the bidders names private but oculus Founder Palmer. Lucky says on twitter that he is one of the bidders on February thirteenth lucky tweeted with a link to the auction I am currently the highest bidder on this who are the other nutters who keep bidding against me and followed up with a tweet saying the nintendo playstation is very very cool but I can only think of a handful of other people who would think. It's three hundred K. Worth of cool. The auction ends on March. Sixth so we will have to see how much the thing actually sells for then. It is certainly a weird and fascinating piece of video game. History turns out. You don't have to report your fortnight. Virtual currency to the IRS. Apparently there was a short period of time or the IRS expected taxpayers to report Fortnight v. Box and roadblocks purchases on their taxes but the irs rolled it back about as quickly as it instituted it. Cnn Business Reporter. Brian Fung reported on the strange oversight writing the little notice provision which dated back at least to.

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"diebold" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"diebold" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The bitcoin dot come on WTMA support. SEGUE bitcoin addresses. So you know. So Derek J.. I was like Oh yeah do whatever the non segment one. That's what's GonNa Cause because I don't want a guy to like having issues here I am recommending the edge wallet. I never used it and I'm like oh but Derek J. got it straightened out so always good to look into that more closely. I I don't think I actually have gone beyond just like the default fought settings with bitcoin core soon as he got the wall like all going. It's like okay what coins. What current crypto currencies do you want and you did the whole list so he did the Bitcoin coin bitcoin cash Dash and a couple others that he just thought they were cool. Names guys even know anything about I recommend you do those top three there and so yeah he. He bought some bitcoin cash and Bitcoin a couple of weeks ago. So it's done them good very cool well non segue so it is definitely going to have more compatibility but it will also generally have higher fees right so bitcoin segway or bitcoin. Non segue night and Ed Derek. J. Goes I do non segue. Yeah for compatibility reasons anyway. Let's go to the phones. We've got Kirby calling from Indianapolis Kirby you're on free talk live. Hey good evening. Everybody as far as Virginia goes where the governor. We're talking about Ralph doors from the guy who pose a black face He's next to his buddy dressed up in a Ku Klux Klan costume. Same Guy Yeah. That's the governor. Virginia he wants a czar black people. Doesn't he wants to disarm everybody it. There's a lady who need to look up. Her name is kitty went. Work working. Commit Sorry W. E. R. T.. Eight eight in in very familiar with our yes. She's a Holocaust Hof survive and she told us with her own mouth. Do not give up your when the government wants them. It's for or reason ferries and it's not GonNa do if I can see that on the air but it is no it isn't a fairy. They don't want them because they're looking out for in your best interest. No dictator had become a dictator until they took their people's gun. Now I live in Indiana my senator here State Senator Greg Taylor. You're for everybody. WHO LIVES IN INDIANA? Just proposed the same bill as they did in Virginia two weeks ago. He's up for re election election this year. Let's try and fire him. I suggest hang them. The elections are rigged by island. It new staying at a newsstand at but we can't go around killing people. Well I would agree. Kirby I mean these these guys are diabolical evil evil they have their absolute psychopaths is what they are. And there's you know there's all these like Women Government Wig Alec I forget what the American League of like these you know. corporate nonprofit groups but not really like lobbyists firms and they just have this unlimited amount of money for pushing gun legislation push mandatory vaccinations Just pushing all this stuff and we gotta remember the voting machines. These electronic voting machines chanted being used everywhere have zero accountability. So just being able to vote someone out. I especially if they're establishment. I you know these hacker. Thon diebold note is even worse in the state of Mississippi because there's no paper trail whatsoever. There's there's not even any actual all physical evidence that you actually went in there and voted right and one hundred percent dish or at least most states they will have a paper receipt. I've never seen a paper receipt but right the same company that has like the number one like ATM Machine Builder diebold in every eighteen machine. ATM MACHINE SPITS OUT HER seat. There's no reason of voting machine can't spit our seat unless they want a paper trail. Well I'll just take a picture with cellphones the ballot before put it in the machine. There was a lot just to everybody to do. That's illegal and a lot of places I would do it as well and I did it and Mississippi but it's illegal and they didn't eh arrest you. How are they going to tell you? It's legal for you to take a picture of the of your secret ballot unless they want to. Regan elect well of course they do. This is where we as a people have fallen short we keep leading their threat of jail. Get to us. We have to remember the example. That people like Dr King's set for us if they it won't take you to jail. Guess what the first one thousand of you. They're going to have to make room not that they won't but if it happens often enough it'll it'll get turned somebody. There's some hurt you mentioned the blue. I hate it for you but I understand it. I would prefer it be called the running and it was a jitterbug. But that would America's coming to. That's what America's been coming to since seventeen serving DC. Yeah and they're building. They built a whole bunch of prisons and Virginia. I was Luke Hausky We are changed dot Org Dot Com and listen to him quite a bit in a few weeks ago. He was talking about these prison contracts for a bunch of prisoners that they had built in Virginia and for like like to pass for like the past five years war. Your sound really cut out there. Kirby I appreciate the call. I can't hear anything anymore for some bizarre reason his volume just like completely but it's almost like his headset. Came out of the Jack Actress. A little bit. You ever have that happen to. Yeah good point it. Very well could have been that. But he's he's not wrong. I don't prefer the I. I don't like the idea of the blue either when framed improperly in self-defense. I get it but I'm not necessarily in favor of it but there does come a point. I would agree where you've you've been pushed around enough initiative to stand up for yourself. That's the idea behind the bigalow whether or not is going to be successful or whether or not it's going to happen remains to be seen. How far can the American people be pushed before they get sick of it? And he's radical Democrats in Virginia are literally giving a death sentence to cops. That are stupid enough to go enforce all this stuff. Yeah eight five five four five zero three seven.

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"diebold" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Commissioner Williams and another woman allegedly assaulted an eighty four year old woman and a bathroom and stole her purse the victim died Wednesday the search is being delayed for the last victim of the California Diebold fire the National Weather Service predicts the gale force winds today leading to the decision to keep the recovery team out of the water thirty four people died when a fire broke out on the dive boat the basic seven state run toll bridges are getting rid of cash payments and staring drivers to the electronic fast track system it's a move that told officials say will loosen bottlenecks and speed traffic over bay area connectors the metropolitan transportation commission approved a four million dollar contract to begin converting this band so all electronic tolling and that's the latest news I'm Cindy cha. good afternoon to you heads up in Sacramento you're tapping the brakes cabin new near filbert look down for a two vehicle fender Bender taken out the right hand shoulder was. throwing up between west capital on the causeway and these bound cabs city getting a little heavy between eight street at American river well the girl the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons she gave her a new study three point one K. F. because. mainly clear overnight low fifty six to sixty than lots of sunshine Sunday high eighty four to eighty eight guys remain clear Sunday night little fifty seven to sixty one mostly sunny Monday high eighty two to eighty six I thank you weather meteorologist car Eric said news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. let me ask.

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"diebold" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Commissioner Williams and another woman allegedly assaulted an eighty four year old woman and a bathroom and stole her purse the victim died Wednesday the search is being delayed for the last victim of the California Diebold fire the National Weather Service predicts the gale force winds today leading to the decision to keep the recovery team out of the water thirty four people died when a fire broke out on the dive boat the basic seven state run toll bridges are getting rid of cash payments and staring drivers to the electronic fast track system it's a move that told officials say will loosen bottlenecks and speed traffic over bay area connectors the metropolitan transportation commission approved a four million dollar contract to begin converting this band so all electronic tolling and that's the latest news I'm Cindy shiner. good morning traffic he now the west Ackerman a little bit not too bad though right now is a two minute drive from downtown to Dave as via AT he's bound eighty from split up Roosevelt twelve minutes nineteen minutes was found fifty from Folsom to downtown about ninety nine from Oak Grove of their Sacramento's thirteen minutes twenty two minutes if you go I five your neck support in just thirty minutes on Jack Faris news and if you buy one KFBK. mainly clear overnight low fifty six to sixty than lots of sunshine Sunday high eighty four to eighty eight guys remain clear Sunday night little fifty seven to sixty one mostly sunny Monday high eighty two to eighty six I thank you weather meteorologist car Eric said news that a three point one K. F. B. K. were finally about to pull the trigger and get something done about these high utility bills I can't stand it any longer so we start with a utility company to see where they're giving the most rebates and what steps.

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"diebold" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I think about that his own debut so tell room of the Dallas area back on July first on Friday the medical examiner released their findings stags died of an accidental overdose as you have a mixture of no oxy code own and alcohol in his system what Staggs Diebold choking on his own vomit cactus family said in a statement that their son's death may involve an employee of the Los Angeles angels adding we will not rest until we learn the truth about how Tyler came into possession of these dark products including books of why that did that and the family says they've hired a private party rusty heart back to baseball the moment but week number one of the college football season continues yet opening night last night this is a big job and Taylor's putting on a show for number nineteen Wisconsin the gonna happen South Florida leading the bulls twenty eight nothing Taylor's got a touchdown run it and threw a touchdown reception he never had one it is career before tonight for medicine goldstar recorders the breaking Michigan state home the tolls up forty leads twenty five to seven back to baseball the race of the National League wild card at sixteen to than five and a half games to one another that's the bill is right now opening up a big weekend series at citizens bank park one what is your store bottom of the seventh any meanwhile the nationals of a four two lead over Miami Washington one of the NL wild card case Chicago is through a baby Milwaukee today by account of seventy one in the American League the rays of taking a one nothing lead over Cleveland all going to be putting off writing on the Yankees tonight so when the Bronx that came in the bottom of the steps coming up Monday the boys of fall.

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"diebold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

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"diebold" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on Security Now

"Giving us the Vulcan salute. Mr gibson. Hi, decided the thumb is out for the Vulcan salute. Not the man it is thumb out. Very important. I looked like a crazy person. Not. I've tried to minimize the caffeine. So we'll see how the podcast goes today layer. They maybe a little less. Less. Nettie were you a hiker last week? I don't even remember. Yeah. Over caffeinated. And it was like Whoo. Okay. Of the of the news that will talk about this week one topic stood out because it's something that we've talked about we've encountered a through sort of every summer after Defcon after the hackers just chew apart the voting machines that are actually in use throughout the United States. Despite all reason. Darpa the well, the source of the internet. It's because it was the it was the defense advanced research projects agency DARPA that was behind the original funding of early experiments to see whether packet switching was something that could actually be made to work, and that, of course, grew into a global network. Well, they have let a ten million dollar contract for opens for the development of open source. E-voting thus the title of today's podcast, and what we will be discussing as we wrap up. This couple of hours is that the some of the details, which are very exciting because they are known of what of what is in the process of being developed now to create an open source e-voting platform, which. We will then hope states demand that companies like diebold Aradeib old divider debold, then produce to that spec. But we've got a whole bunch of talk about we have marched before you get on the I just want to mention last night yesterday. We did an interview with a guy named Mark Richards has a photographer and look at this six of the IMP the aunts. And I thought you when you mentioned DARPA, this was the interface message processor that was the first unit on the DARPA net. This was sending messages back and forth. I've had my hands on one of those. Actually, there was there was one at Stanford university's AI lab when I was there in the early seventies. And I remember standing there next to it looking at it. They St. boy what the heck is this. That was the first note on the air. This was actually number ten apparently. So yeah. Isn't that cool? I just thought you'd enjoy that. There's a lot of good pictures in this book. It's he took. That's that's like a likeness Taljaare. Well, you'd recognize you recognize that when it is Bank. Bank at my PTA de behind you. As a matter of fact. Nice. Very cool. What else? So we're we're going to look back at last week's Pat March patch madness we have an answer about what about that win seven SHA to fifty six windows update update where remember that? They're right now windows updates are being co-signed, but that's being dropped after June. So starting with July. So it's necessary for us to get our win for windows. Seven users.

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"diebold" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"This is in response to your interview with Parker from the job, creators network. Allegation that you did the other day. I wanted to comment on your reference to Eisenhower and the building of the highway system and yet. It certainly created economic growth infrastructure new industry in the convenience at at what cost it left. The railroads electric electric Charlie streetcars behind while propelling, the fossil fuel industry all said, and there was a gas station dealt at every exit just killed a multitude of gas powered cars and transport transport -cation checks. Now at the time. I know it was for kick your sixty years ago. Good intentions in hindsight now. No one really knew what a PIN Dora's box who would be opened and how fossil fuels would cause health and environmental crisis. We now face with carbon emissions. Or maybe companies did know the consequences like the harmful consequences like the tobacco industry dead and push toward. Anyway, I've never done that research fast forward to the green new deal. You know, we can learn from our past mistakes in plan report. Plan for a healthy economy and healthy environment. Sure, there'd be my hope. I mean, you know, I I think you're right that whatever the downsides of of the interstate highway system are now in retrospect, the by and large not anticipated the nineteen fifties. But I don't see how throwing a similar nationwide construction project into place that is actively taking down a fossil fuel based energy system and replacing it with a solar and wind based energy system is going to have that many negative externalities. Now indicates is in the deal. The green deal is the planning and its transition. And I think reasons most fossil fuel producers and those who benefit inefficient found them racist or condemn the green deal due to see her sheer Abidi. A hand that fossil fuels feed them. What's a legitimate fear of the fossil fuel industry has to go has to go away. It's killing the planet. And you know, it's it's producing billions and billions of dollars for a lot of people, and they want to hang out of that money, and they want more of that money. And then you've got this whole entire infrastructure of politicians a political network. You know, all the stuff as a sport by the coax, you know, the Americans for prosperity all this stuff. A lot of that is flowing out of the wealth and power came from fossil fuels all the way back to the days of Fred coke and not just them. I mean, there's other fossil fuel billionaires as well in coal and oil and now gas, and you've got Halliburton and all this other. And and yeah, it's going to be very hard, and they should be afraid. They should be very, you know, or or concert or they should be doing like shell is doing and saying, you know, we're really not a fossil fuel company where energy company, we're going to get an energy business. We're going to jump on board with the green new deal, and we're gonna we're gonna start installing solar panels. And we're going to start making, you know, roadways that actually generate electricity, and we're gonna we're gonna help develop the next generation of. Electric cars and things like that. I think it's all possible. Margaret, thank you for the call Horace in high point, North Carolina. Hey, Horace, what's on your mind? Course. Don't have Horace. Okay. Let's try Bill Clifton New Jersey. Hey, bill. Thanks listening. Siriusxm what's on your mind? Yeah. I hear you talking about climate change. Would you mind if I spoke to that subject instead, you may speak to any subject you want? It's anything goes Friday. Okay. My opinion that we've gone past whatever the threshold is and we're not gonna stop and the only answer is remediation. Are you talking about Donald Trump? Crummy change. Okay. Yeah. The only thing that we're going to be able to do is remediation. What does that mean you mind Bill? Well, whether it needs hundreds of acres of algae giant air machines or things made out of different alloys that will take particles out of the air. You were mentioning shell before. I didn't if you knew this. But when they take it out of the. Ground. They actually they take carbon out of the fuel and they sequester some of the extra co and yeah, yeah. There was some some significant advances in that and other ways to sequester carbon. If that's what you're referring to his remediation. The probably the most effective way is by dealing with our soil and our forests in abide by restoring our soil to life bringing our soil back to life. Stop pouring, all these chemicals the killers kill the dirt and turn it back into soil into a living organism. We know that you know, when the American genocide of the native Americans happens in the sixteen hundreds during that century when when you know, forty fifty million Americans. Both north and South Americans. Indigenous people were wiped out by disease, and by violence that they left fallow. So many fields that have farnum formerly owned farmland and those fields then grew shrubbery and brush and whatnot that captured so much CO two out of the atmosphere that we actually saw a dip in atmospheric carbon dioxide levels for about a thirty forty fifty year period there, and that produce what we call the little ice age it actually cool the planet because you know, less greenhouse gas effect. You know, that's not the way to I mean doing it with genocide is not is not the way to do it. But there's a huge lesson for us there in the power of decarbonisation of the atmosphere by the by the use of of living soil so spot on Bill. Great point. Thank you for listening. Carey in new Windsor, New York. Hey, Kerry, what's up. Hey, I'm just. Winding for. The inside. See what you can tell me about because it's so upsetting. I haven't really looked it up. But you like back palace on your show. Like weaker half. Our so so I hope it's like you're gonna be comfortable enough with this topic. But yes, so he put out a same called the best democracy mannequin by a buck and a movie, I think and based on Wikipedia, and we'll check so far. Like a couple of years after the two thousand election. His until it was about like, the paper ballot rigging and stuff like that. And Greg is updated that video every year? The the the version that you can see on Amazon right now for a couple of bucks on Amazon video is I think it's only eight or nine months since he's done the last update on Greg. Greg has been pretty good. Oh, wonderful. So then maybe he covered the diebold voting machines because having this stuff so in your face like you. Nasa and back in two thousand and like guess what you think that's bad Greg palace. The whole thing that just happened in two thousand I read that hacker magazine. Where do you care about the diebold voting machines all the voting machines are gonna become electronic and like your full of crap and six years later. So I'm seeing two years later. It was two thousand two at the help America vote act was passed and and five billion dollars was passed out to the states to give to a small handful of companies the largest one of which was founded by two brothers who were end stage millennials. They believed that the rapture is coming if and and that by whatever means necessary, we've got you know, capture our government. I it's just the when you look into the weird story behind the origins of some of these voting machine companies Debord was banking machine company. It was a different thing. But, but you know, you look at it, and it's just bizarre. And yes, Greg palace has chronicled all of that stuff. Exactly because I just went to my Bank, and it said diebold on ATM machine. And I just started. Drugstore drives through and I'm speaking with the woman in through the window and underneath her face is the word diebold. And I'm like what you know. So I I mean, if it's just gonna be so. They are talking about going back to paper ballots, and I worked in New Jersey election and as soon as the doors closed. The people. I mean, I only did it once because the people I'm telling you. I'm just telling you America. They said acting like vultures going over like like they all went over to the table. And completely would lemme into their like circle. And I don't know what they like Hubbard where the papers. And then there's all the papers go into a cop car. Okay. So I met there. And I think it's supposed to happen. I think they're supposed to be a continuous chain of custody essentially for for ballots and. You know, that that may be in an entirely appropriate thing Kerry, although we do know I mean, look at what's happening in North Carolina's ninth district right now, we do know that there are even with paper ballots. You can have scams that are conducted. But it's a whole hell of a lot harder as lot easier. Prosecute people as we're seeing from that security. I'm with you. I I think we need to go back to paper we need to get rid of these voting machines. Bernie's saying that on this program for over a decade, a number of other political the democratic candidates are saying things like that spot on Kerry. Thanks for the call Michael in Albuquerque, New Mexico listening to thirteen fifty AM. Hey, Michael, what's up eight, Tom? How're you doing good? It's on your mind. Yeah. I've heard you in Ripston to poke camp talk about a bumper sticker for Trump. And I think I might have a good one here for you. Okay. The lion. King L Y I N G. You got it. There you go. That's a great bumper sticker. Michael. That's a good one. Thank you very much for that. And thanks for sharing that Robin in Kingston, Washington. Hey, robin. What's on your mind? Tom just would like to give a heads up to the progressive left regarding the upcoming primary prophecies, and I wanna just let them know what I learned in being involved one way or another with seven different presidential primaries when I was up in New Hampshire, and it's got to do with the Democratic Party. And how they call the platform at first of all I call it the blue wing of the party. But that's that's beside the point. And this is the way it is an exact example of it in the New Hampshire primary system. They would have four or five six times eight candidates, and the Democratic Party would allow each of the candidates to have a big particular plank that they might consider to be putting into their of eventual democratic platform, and this thing had to do with the year that Bob Carey Senator from Nebraska ran on is idea in Israel was to present to the New Hampshire voters single payer healthcare..

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"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

"You heard Mr. Sullivan reference that with the hanging chads. That's what that refers to in nineteen. Ninety. The Federal Election Commission released the first set of standards for computer based voting. This was called performance and test standards for punch-card, Mark sense and direct recording electronic voting systems, a Marxist by the way referred to an optical scanning technology and those standards would receive updates in two thousand and two with the help America vote act in nineteen Ninety-six the nineteen Ninety-six Reform Party was able to vote in their presidential primary over the internet. This was a small third party small in comparison to other parties, and but it did show someone trying to make use of the internet as a tool for elections. But again, just a just a primary, not a an actual election election in two thousand and three. There was a group of computer scientists who would release a report after analyzing specific model of DR e voting machine and finding vulnerabilities that could potentially be exploited. So at least. As early as two thousand thirty. You had concerned data security experts raising this possibility in in two thousand and four. We had that moment where the CEO of diebold wrote that letter that again, raised more doubt about the system. Diebold would get out of the voting machine business in two thousand nine. They sold off their division to a company called election systems and software Inc, which today controls more than seventy five percent of the voting machine market in the United States. Kevin Shelley, the secretary of state of California would ban touch screen, electronic voting machines in four counties in California and decertify all existing systems, pending security improvements. This also happened in two thousand four that same year Nevada would pass a mandate that would require all electronic voting machines used in federal elections to produce a paper audit trail. Something again that Mr. Sullivan argued two thousand and four a company called. Unilat- got into some trouble. They manufactured some voting machines that were used at Carter at Kent County in North Carolina. And according to the company, each voting machine could store up to ten thousand five hundred votes. But in fact they could only store three thousand five votes and worse than that, they appeared to accept, votes beyond three thousand and five, but those weren't actually recorded. So the machine did not give any indication that it's memory was full and ultimately four thousand four hundred thirty eight votes were lost. And when you think about it, that means that more than half of all votes were lost only only less than half in that voting precinct were recorded, and that's pretty terrible. Two thousand five, a company called black box voting would set up a mock election in Florida. And to security experts were invited to try and hack the voting machine system that they were using and they were able to change the. Come of this mock election and leave no trace of their presence behind, and it demonstrated how some systems can be vulnerable. The same company would demonstrate the following year how some systems have back door vulnerabilities which can be exploited and software can be injected to activate months or years later to alter election results. So if you were able to get access to these machines half a year or a year before an election, then you could actually make the alterations and in the time span in between when security starts to increase the elections are coming up, no one knows that the machines already been compromised in two thousand six Dr. Edward Felton showed that if you really know what you're doing, you could install malware on a diebold electronic voting machine in less than a minute. Now you had to have physical access to the machine so that does make it more challenging. You do have to get that access. But if you knew what you were doing and you had the physical access in less than sixty seconds, you could put malware that would..

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"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on TechStuff

"So we're going backwards here in some ways, but it all comes down to paper because there has to be some way to audit of haute afterwards. And if there's not, then you have a black box and people are walking up to it in touching screen, and you just trust that is going to work and anybody who works in the technology world. We were just having this conversation before we started this podcast tech often bricks, yes, everybody who's I mean in the simplest example, how many times have you walked up to an ATM and tried to get forty dollars out of the machine and you accidentally hit the sixty dollar button happens all the time. That's that can be a calibration thing. It can even be an angle thing. So that's just one of fifty ways that things can go wrong just on the one kind of voting machine that we started talking about. So this. It's a big rich topic, but legitimacy is the most important thing. And it's it's interesting that you bring up the ATM example because obviously there was the the, it became somewhat infamous in tech circles, but diebold the company that makes a lot of ATM's for a long time was in the business of making these voting machines for various places. And in two thousand four, it was a huge story. The CEO of diebold Walden w Adele had written a letter to various wealthy acquaintances. He had in an a fundraising effort for the Republican party and said that he was looking forward to delivering the electoral votes to get the president back into office. And a lot of people said, well, whether he intended it to be, we're going to make sure this happens of versus I want to, you know, support this candidate I believe in is kind of beside the point because again, brought that doubt into the democratic. Process. If if people point to him and say, but you make the machines that count the votes and you say you plan on delivering these votes to a specific candidate that kind of has a very dangerous implication in it. And as you say, it's this, it's you already have this level of this hurdle that you have to overcome when you're designing any kind of system for voting to make sure that the process is as straightforward and as difficult to mess up on the user side as possible. The whole keep it simple, stupid kind of approach really would be a huge benefit when you're designing any sort of owning system to give confidence to the voter that whatever choices they want to make are actually reflected in the votes that they're casting. And as you say with ATM's, it's easy enough to make a mistake. Those same companies are designing some of these electric voting systems and anyone who's. Worked with engineers for a long time understands that engineers are very good at building systems that makes sense to engineers. Sometimes they build systems that are not so transparent to the end user. Sure. And the other thing that engineers some engineers do is they like to keep their code to themselves. So another problem with dabbled and and other voting machine companies as been. Okay. So you have this who knows what he meant. I'm going to deliver the votes. You can hear that in an innocent way. You can hear that INA suspicious way. But then when in the computer security world, what often happens is if you want to prove that you're a very secure piece of software, you offer it up to the open source community and let it let it be reviewed and you submit yourself too vulnerable testing. You even have vulnerability bounties and the the voting machine industry in general, has been very late to this entire process of of inviting hackers in and helping them letting the hackers help them secure their machines for the most part, the entire sort of voting. Complex has been very defensive about this process, and that's another reason for another layer of suspicion. So there's, there's that black box behind what's going on these building machines until fairly recently. It was for the most part illegal to tinker with voting machines software because of digital rights management rules. The library of congress recently changed rules, and that's why we're seeing and been hearing so much more about machine hacking because they've temporarily temporarily created this research window whereby hackers can actually by machines if they can buy them on EBay or whatnot, and then try to hack them..

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"diebold" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"diebold" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"They're like, so future Raleigh lives just fucking, yeah, destroy this thing. I follow a lot of these people on Twitter, a lot of folks who were at Defcon a lot of hackers because I don't understand that at all. So I just try to listen to what the who do say. And there was a big threat of people who do security for these things and who actually have been part of coding voting machines like diebold stuff saying, this is the only field of coders you will find this for none of us think electric voting is a good idea. None of the people responsible for securing electric voting machines. Think that it's a good idea to vote electronically because I just not secure and you can't really point to hard evidence. Since like a paper receipt or something or like, you know how we have in California, like the ink, the ink up voting card we get. So yeah, they also hacked police body cameras. Yeah, voicemail. Be internet of things is horrific. Secure the body. Everyone was while because they were, you know, people hackers were able to remotely download the footage edited, and then re upload it. And they weren't like it was untraceable like you wouldn't have known that someone had just which doubt video file in there is. So that's cool. That's pretty cool. Hey, man, that's okay. So what else? They know they're able to live stream footage so they're saying, you know, criminals could just basically tap into feed him like, okay, that's where you are. Okay, that's pretty cool. It's one of those things. It's it's weird because like in the ninety s it's sort of similar to what happened with gaming in the nineties, where there were all these pundits like screaming about how dangerous video games were, and it was bullshit. And so now when people try to point to like know there's actually some some things we need to be concerned about psychologically of what like violent video games do to people. That doesn't get any traction because we were so used to like it being bullshit being bullshit. It's the same thing with hackers were so used to movies in nineteen ninety eight where people were hacking cars and right off, and it was like, that's not possible. But now it is. We have of his car's right? It can be hacked, right? What we started or at least stopped. Yeah, whatever you in. So our like our reflex to reject that as a possibility is out of sync with the reality is that you one hundred percent. The voicemail wounds really interesting though because I never thought of how that works. But so what they're saying is like, you know, a lot of our mobile carriers, there was just terrible at securing voicemail because we're still using four digit pins. Most people don't even know what their pain is because you guys dial straight from your phone now and it's usually just the last four. It'll default to being the last four digits of your phone number. So yeah, so then basically what hackers can do. They can just brute force access your ship because there's also no limit of the number of like incorrect passwords. You enter wrote. His locks down so you can just have at it. And then once they do that, they can get into your voice mail system. They can request like like what's app send like the targets code via phone call. And if they don't pick it up and goes to voicemail, then they can access the voicemail, get the code and then put your shit like log into your pay pal, EBay other shit just by using this voicemail hack. So that's another coup pretty cool thing that's, oh, well, fortunately we have our top minds at the top of the government just sort of lacking everything down. Yes, as art with them. They actually just pull a bunch of funding from from that. Yes, yeah. You guys crazy, rich Asians, I think, opened last night and you know, is opening over the course of this coming weekend. It's getting really solid reviews. I'm excited constants was the lead. I feel like her performance as the mom on fresh off the boat is I don't know..

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