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According to this alarming documentary, electronic voting machines don't make voting easier--they make hacking the system easier.
follows a Seattle grandmother and fellow concerned citizens as they campaign to find out how votes are actually being tallied in the digital age, uncovering security lapses, preferential treatment by the voting machine industry for certain candidates, and sheer incompetence across the board. "Disturbing stuff...it's not shocked-shocked you feel watching this; it's genuine shock" (
New York Times
). Features input from a broad range of activists, computer scientists, and politicians. Simon Ardizzone/Russell Michaels---Great Britain---2006---81 mins.
MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA: DANIEL ELLSBERG AND THE PENTAGON PAPERS
SPEAKING FREELY VOLUME 3
ACLU FREEDOM FILES (2DISCS)
REVEREND BILLY AND THE CHURCH OF STOP SHOPPING
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